Findmino aims to step up the career readiness of young adults, offering an alternative or add on to current support at high schools that not always keeps up with the rapidly changing world of work and education. It is led by a team of international education and human resource executives, with experience in University of Washington, Nike, Apple, Amazon and several European companies.
Jeff Leinaweaver, Ph.D., GPHR, American, is a senior human resources leader and certified sustainability professional with a unique track record of helping some top organizations address challenging talent acquisition, workforce planning, and leadership development and sustainability/ESG needs. He works at the University of Washington and writes on sustainability, and intercultural management, and wrote or contributed to several books and publications on Storytelling.
Rogier Rijnja, Dutch, has an extensive background in executive human resources roles with American and European multinational companies. (Apple, Nike, Amazon, Reckitt Benckiser, Sara Lee, Numico). Rogier did Law School. He is an executive coach, entrepreneur and a non-exec board member of Nasdaq listed IT giant Yandex. And he is a board member of the Bennink Foundation, a charity that supports global projects in Health care, Wildlife, Children and Art.
Ashley Bush is an American living in Amsterdam with her family. Passionate about building relationships, Ashley has a Masters Degree in Education with a concentration in School Counseling. She worked as high school counselor in the Washington DC area for six years where she maintained a 100% graduation and career placement average for over 500 students.