Annemarie Johannes is the owner of the company Anne4care B.V. in the Netherlands. As a entrepreneur she is working in the domain of active ageing for over 10 years. Her company developed a virtual assistent Anne who supports people in need of a companion to remember things in their daily routine.
Maarten Coolen is an innovation manager at care organisation Zuyderland in the Netherlands. He has many years of experience in working in a healthcare instition. Over the years he has lead several the development and implementation of several (ICT) innnovations within different clients and professionals within the Zuyderland organisation.
Henk Herman Nap is a senior reseacher at the Dutch centre of Longterm care Henk Herman is active in the field of active aging for over a long time. Currently, he is working at Vilans as a senior advisor/scientist innovation & research and visiting researcher at the Technical University Eindhoven specifically on the field of eHealth and long-term care policies. Henk Herman is also involved in multiple AAL projects and coordinates a few of the them.
Rik Wisselink is a program manager at the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw). Rik has been involved in the domain of Active Ageing for over several years now and has experience in different parts of the health and care sector (healthcare organisation, municapality, national policy)