Chenoa Geerts
Political Consultant

Chenoa is a member of Whitehouse’s EU team, supporting clients with continual insight and policy intelligence, focusing on a range of sectors, including food and nutrition and technology.

Chenoa joined the Whitehouse team having previously worked for the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport at the Dutch Permanent Representation in Brussels and the European Parliament. She has in-depth knowledge of EU politics and policy-making and also gained significant experience in public affairs, having delivered strategic analysis on a variety of policy areas, including food, digital and trade.

Chenoa has a Bachelor’s in European Studies and a Master’s in European Public Affairs from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. She is fluent in Dutch and English, also conversant in French and Spanish with a basic knowledge of German. In her free time, Chenoa enjoys travelling and playing hockey.

Blog posts by Chenoa Geerts

Brexit weekly: 5 things

April 27, 2018 12:46 pm
By Chenoa Geerts

Lords strike again The Government suffered another defeat in the House of Lords this week after peers voted to keep...

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