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Faces of TLF – Claudia Mulder

Meet Claudia, a team manager and business consultant in our Dutch office.

Introduce yourself: who are you and what do you do within TLF?

My name is Claudia, and I joined The Logic Factory in Den Bosch two years ago. I am a business consultant, working on projects for our customers. Additionally, I have the role of team manager, where I help out on some general management activities. At the moment, this means I contribute to the recruitment of new colleagues to fulfil our growth goals for the year.

What do you like about your particular role?

What I really like about my role is the variety of my daily activities. As I am often in a quality assurance role, I get to work on several projects in parallel. Next to that, my team manager role allows me the possibility to help out and coach other people outside of projects.

What’s your favorite part about working for TLF overall, please explain.

I enjoy the content of our work and solving challenging puzzles; but by far, my favourite part of TLF is my colleagues. We really support each other on both work related and non-work related issues.

Who are you outside of TLF? Family/ friends, etc. How would they describe you?

Outside of TLF I am mother of three teenage kids. The way they describe me depends on the mood they are in 😊.

What do you like to do for fun/hobbies?

One of my main hobbies is gardening and trying to grow (exotic) plants from seeds. Currently, I have strelitzia nicolai in the windowsill at the office.

As a family, we also like travelling, but after our first trip to South Africa in 2015 we haven’t changed destination, and are already preparing our upcoming safaris.

Any fun hidden talent or skillsets?

When my son bought an electronic drumkit about 3 years ago, I tried it as well and got addicted. I signed up for on-line drum lessons and try to practice every day. It’s also a good way to relax after a day in the office.

A message to all?

Hope to see you around in our office for a cup of coffee or a sandwich with “Hagelslag!”

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