Louise Groenman (©Rob Bogaerts)
In this unedited interview, Chris Chambers talks to perhaps the most influential woman in the Netherlands. Louise Groenman is a former politician of the social-liberal D66 party who holds a wide range of functions. She went on to serve on the SER, which advises the Dutch government and parliament on social and economic policy, as well as on the the board of the ABN AMRO Bank, various development organisations and the Bach Foundation, as well as emancipation groups. She also served as the chair of the Dutch AIDS Fund.
Interviewer: Chris Chambers
Recorded: August 31, 2001