Mary McMahon is an Honorary Associate Professor at The University of Queensland, School of Education. Mary is a developer and co-author of the Systems Theory Framework of career development.
Jos Sanders is a professor in lifelong learning at HAN University of Applied Sciences and senior research scientist at TNO, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research.
Sara de Hauw
Sara De Hauw obtained a Master degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Ghent University (2008) and a Doctoral degree in Business Economics from the KU Leuven (2014).
Dr. Gudbjörg Vilhjálmsdóttir, is a professor in career counselling and guidance in two universities: the University of Iceland and Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences.
Her most recent research is on young workers without formal qualifications: their expectations, career adaptability and decent work. Her research interests have been on psychological and social influences on career choice and career construction, as well as evaluation of career interventions. Gudbjörg is currently vice-president of IAEVG.
Tibor Bors Borbély-Pecze
Beatrice van der Heijden
Prof. Beatrice I.J.M. Van der Heijden, PhD is professor of Strategic HRM at the Radboud University, Institute for Management Research, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and Head of the Department Strategic HRM.
Soledad Romero Rodríguez
Nele De Cuyper
Her research that has a strong international orientation revolves around career guidance practice and public policy development with a special interest on the design and use of information and communication technology in career guidance. Dr. Kettunen is research associate at the Florida State University’s Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development, USA. She is on the Board of the International Centre for Career Development, and is a chair of ICT Strategy working group of the IAEVG and Technology Committee of the National Career Development Association NCDA. She is a nominated national expert at Cedefop´s CareersNet expert network for lifelong guidance and career development and member of its Advisory Board. She was a Member of Co-ordination unit of European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network ELGPN in 2007-2015.
He is specialized in macroeconomic labour market trends, labour market transitions, personnel development, personnel selection and research methods. He is interested in current and future labour market developments and their impact on society, organizations, employers and employees.
His Cultural Preparation Process Model has informed intervention designing in many developing countries and emerging economies. He is Founder - Indian Association for Career and Livelihood Planning, Board Member - IAEVG, Professor - Martin Luther University India and International Fellow – NICEC and a visiting scholar at various universities. He is an international consultant to the International Labour Organisation, Unicef, World Bank, Asian Development Bank and other multilateral agencies. He has lectured in over 30 countries and has published more than 75 papers and chapters in peer reviewed journals and books and presented his ideas in a number of invited key note addresses. Most recently Gideon has been involved in developing the Aspiration-Engagement model around the immigration and the refugee crisis, which is being implemented in Sweden and Norway. He is also interested in craft. Mowyla (Move on with Your Life), is a company he has informally started that produces natural, handcrafted jewellery and artefacts from found objects. Gideon’s strongest passion is making wine! He has a small vine yard, where he grows an Indian version of Shiraz!
She has over 25 years of experience in research, teaching and consulting. Throughout her whole career her research has focused on the topic of professional development, careers and HRM. Her current research is centered around the identification, attraction and development of talent, in particular in the public sector and in higher education. Marian finds it important to share her knowledge with organizations and HR practitioners, in order to support them in a evidence based talent management approach. She is the editor-in- chief of the Dutch Journal of HRM, which aims to build a bridge between theory and practice.
Her research centers around careers, employability and transitions in and out of the labour market. Interested in the idea of careers as social performance, she studies how career decisions, employability and labour market transitions are embedded in the interplay between agency and structure. Her work has been published in leading journals such as Academy of Management Annals, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, and European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
Marco Mazereeuw is professor of Vocational Pedagogy and Lifelong Development at NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences and Friesland College.
Besides this he work as a researcher ion the research group lifelong learning and social intervention at the University of Groningen. Marco started his career as a teacher of biology and science. Since 1999 he has combined being a teacher with a job as a teacher trainer at NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences. In 2005 he started to focus more on (practice-oriented) educational research. This resulted in a PhD-study in which he studied integrations of school and workplace learning of students in pre-vocational secondary education. Since then, Marco's research has focused on workplaces, and working and learning environments in which learning processes and work processes meet. He has been principal researcher in projects such as ‘Learning at the Workplace’ and ‘Room for Agile Craftsmanship’ in which educational practice development and educational research enhance each other. In short, Marco's research is at the interface of learning and working and of practice development and research.
She is Head of Department - Management & Organisation, and Head of Section - HRM/OB. Between 2009-2017, she served as a founding Director of Amsterdam Business Research Institute (ABRI). ABRI caters for doctoral education in management and organisation studies at VU. She also served as Director of Doctoral Education between 2009-2015. Since 2013, she is Director of the (Executive) part-time PhD programme in Business Studies.
Sarah also worked at Radboud University and later at the Hogeschool van Arnhem and Nijmegen at the research department of human research management. Sarah is currently working as an associate professor in Human Capital & Labor market innovations at the HAN University of Applied Sciences. She is a member of the human capital working tables within the Region of Gelderland. The research themes that Sarah Detaille focuses on are the work of the future and the future of work: how can organizations and employees respond to a changeable labor market in which social innovation, inclusion and lifelong learning are central.
Siobhan leads a centre researching social justice with a specific emphasis on careers guidance, development, and transitions throughout the life course. Her research portfolio includes work on career management skills, continuing professional development (CPD), and professional identity at regional, national, and international levels.
Peter C. Weber
Member of the IAEVG board, the board of the National Forum for lifelong Guidance, Germany, and the CareersNetwork of CEDEFOP. Researcher in Career Guidance and Counselling in national and international projects. Research in Career Guidance/Counselling, e.g. lifelong guidance, knowledge & competence of counsellors, information in Counselling Processes, HRD and Career Counselling, digitalization in the field of Guidance, Guidance services and policies in Germany and Europe. Researcher in different research programs in the field of Guidance & Counselling, e.g. psychological resources of practitioners and young people in vocational training and school-work transition and individual and contextual resources for the counselling of low qualified people. 2004-2016 researcher and assistant professor at Heidelberg University.
Gabriela Cabrera Lopez
Author of official texts for vocational guidance and decision-making, specialized in counseling issues, scholar and labor transitions, generic competencies, Ethical and civic education, and counselor’s training. Member of the Board of Directors, IAEVG. Council of the Mexican Association of Guidance Professionals. Former Director of the Latin- American Network of Guidance Professionals.
Tinka van Vuuren
Prof. dr. Tinka van Vuuren is an endowed professor in
Strategic Human Resource Management, i.e. Vitality Management at the Open Universiteit of
Inge C.M. van Seggelen – Damen,
Inge C.M. van Seggelen – Damen, PhD, is an assistant professor of work and organizational
psychology at the Open University in the Netherlands.
Her research interests include
reflective learning, self-reflection, ethical reflection, rumination, emotion regulation, career
self-management, organization development and circular organizing. Studies have been
published in Journal of Managerial Psychology, Organization Management Journal,
Professional Development in Education, Current Psychology and Psychology of
Consciousness among others.
Furthermore, Inge has taught (online) courses in work and organizational psychology, career
management, sustainable employability, HRM, group dynamics, organizational learning and
development. She was also involved in developing (award winning) serious games in HRM
contexts and provided workshops on reflective learning, career reflection and sustainable
employability. Additionally, she has worked as an educational innovation consultant in thesis
circle design (i.c. learning communities) at Tilburg University, Eindhoven University of
Technology, George Fox University and Open University.