Dutch Blockchain Coalition
Marloes Pomp is the Initiator and Program Officer for the blockchain projects within the Dutch Government and she is responsible for the international strategy of the Dutch Blockchain Coalition. The Dutch Blockchain Coalition is a jointly developed partnership by industry, government and knowledge institutions. Together they have assumed a leading role and joint responsibility for the success of the national blockchain action agenda.
She also works part-time for the Data Science Initiative, supporting The Hague’s Peace and Justice ecosystem with state-of-art AI and machine learning tools and knowledge. The goal is to grow into a European AI Security Hub.
Marloes her professional interests focus on tech-innovation within the government. Prior to the blockchain and AI activities, Marloes Pomp worked in several roles like projectleader and researcher at governmental organizations, including Ministry of Internal Affairs, City of Amsterdam and the Ministry of Foreign affairs. In addition, she serves as an advisory member for the SIDN Fund, the Dutch Court, The Blockchain and Society Board of the University of Amsterdam (VU) and the Research Foundation Flanders.