Thomas Vandormael is the new General Manager of Vlerick Alumni

Vlerick Alumni is delighted to announce that Thomas Vandormael (Masters in General Management 2009) has joined the team as General Manager on 9 January 2017. Thomas will be responsible for the strategic and operational execution of the Alumni Association’s goals. His responsibilities will include managing the relationships with the Vlerick alumni chapters and corporate partners, while increasing the global presence of the organisation. We are convinced that he will add another layer of success to our alumni community, in close collaboration with Vlerick Business School.

Thomas Vandormael

Vlerick Alumni is the official alumni association of Vlerick Business School. The organisation represents a thriving global community of more than 21,000 alumni, living in more than 100 countries worldwide. 

Thomas Vandormael lives in Brussels and holds master degrees in business economics, international politics and art history from the University of Leuven. Additionally, Thomas completed a Masters in General Management at Vlerick Business School in 2009. In his spare time Thomas loves reading and cycling.

You can contact Thomas via thomas.vandormael@vlerick.com and by phone at 0032 9 210 98 18.

Alex Joos
Chairman Vlerick Alumni

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