Academic pillar coordinators

David Erik Herman Rosén –Academics Trips Coordinator 2019-2020

My name is David Rosén, I am 21 years old and I am proud to announce that I will be the Academic Trips Coordinator of SCOPE. I am Swedish and grew up in a suburb of Stockholm, however, I spent my high school years in Bergen, Norway. Before I started with my studies in Maastricht, I took a gap year and worked within sales for a year in Norway. Currently, I am a second year International Business student.

I have been an active member of SCOPE since September of 2018. As a committee member for the Maastricht Day of Management, I did not only get familiar with the career aspects of our study association, but I also strengthened a significant amount of hard and soft skills. My experiences during this period sparked my interest for becoming a Pillar coordinator to gain more experience and greater responsibilities. I met many amazing people who taught me a lot and I discovered my interest in leading and empowering people. I am convinced that I will learn even more in the upcoming year and I am very excited to be sharing this journey with all the amazing people of the fulltime board, our Pillar Coordinators and the active and passive members

Kim-Svea Sommer –Academic Events Coordinator 2019-2020

My name is Kim-Svea Sommer, I am 22 years old and I am looking forward to becoming SCOPE’s next Academic Events Coordinator. I am German and grew up in a town, called Wilhelmshaven which is located at the North Sea. After graduating secondary school, I went to London for two years to be an au pair and do internships. Last year, I began my studies in Economics and Business Economics here in Maastricht and joined SCOPE in September 2018 in order to plan a career trip to London. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my fellow students and SCOPE actives. 

Together with the other pillar coordinators and the full time board, I would like to keep a nice atmosphere within SCOPE and organize successful events. My main focus as an Academic Event Coordinator is to attract more SBE students in attending the academic events. I am very excited for the first Academic Series starting in September and would like to see it grow. Personally, I expect to have a steep learning curve during my year at SCOPE and I am very happy to share this journey with my fellow SCOPE members.