The Team of the Neurodiversity Foundation:
If you like us, like us, if you want to work with us, work with us.
– Lana Jelenjev: Board
Lana Jelenjev is an Educational consultant for International organizations and schools. She provides training and support on various areas related to curriculum design, project planning and personal development.
Her background in Family Life and Child Development along with her certifications on Gifted and Talented Education, Reading Instruction and Making Thinking Visible has shaped her passion on creating a culture of learning and engagement.
She is a mom to two children and a loving partner to her husband. In her spare time she writes poetries and creates guided meditations.
Lana brings to her own company Co.LAB her knack in looking at the big picture and making it visible into actionable steps, plus her love for building strong, supportive communities. Lana is een board-member for the Neurodiversity Foundation.
– Eleonora Spagnuola: Board
Eleonora Spagnuolo is a multipassionate professional with more than 20 years of experience in the fields of creativity, communication, and branding.
With a MA in Philosophy, and a BA in Graphic Design, she brings together the scientific approach and her hands-on experience on being creative for a living. In 2014 she founded The Creativity Project, to explore creativity in all its aspects and guide people in expressing the fantastic worlds hidden in their minds.
She is a mom to two kids and wife to a talented filmmaker. She loves running and is addicted to coffee, acrylic paint and rock music.
Eleonora brings to her own company Co.LAB her unique point of view on being an highly creative person with a different wired mind, her experience in branding and her mission to support creatives in expressing their unique, weird self. Eleonore is a board-member of the Neurodiversity Foundation.
– Tjerk Feitsma: CEO
Tjerk Feitsma is a neurodivergent impact entrepreneur who wants to make the world a better place. Convinced of the statement that ‘Diversity is Strength’, he has been prototyping and building solutions to create equality, interpersonal connection and selfmanagement for neurodivergents in a neurotypical society.
– Omotola Bolarin: CTO
Omotola Bolarin is a wizard and visionary when it comes to drafting tech for the future. Reverse engeneering the thinking patterns of artificial intelligence, and thereby clarifying for humans what it feels like to be a bot, is one of his passions.
His knowledge on automation, integration and his personal perspective can produce and guide the robots of the future, to doing what the world needs them to do. Omotola is building the AI for the 2Tango.Signs project. Omotola brings as a CTO of the Neurodiversity Foundation a lot of skills, bravado and brains into the mix, and will keep the horizon of the future, an interesting one.
– Kees Heil: Programmer
Kees is a great programmer who is very analytical, enthusiastic about tech and open to non-conventional solutionoriented routines. He is very persistant in endeavouring technological goals and getting results. He is a keen abstract thinker and shaper of adeuate proces & productmodels. A spectrum professional working diligently on the Signs project, building tools for a neurodivere society.
– Wybe Zeyl: Programmer
Wybe is a webprogrammer coding the coaching-app project. He is a problem solver that learn new things every day.
– Rob Basjes
Rob is an appreciated external advisor of the 2Tango organisation and the Neurodiversity Foundation. He is active with his own organization Abena, and mentors and gives advices were needed.
– John Scholtz
John Scholt is an appreciated external advisor of the 2Tango organisation & Neurodiversity. John is a great entrepreneur with a broad skillset, that aids with advice an coaching.