Sascha Dallinga

My name is Sascha, I am 21 years old and currently I am in my fourth year of the Bachelor Organization Studies. I am an active student of Study Association POLIS, where I have also gotten the opportunity to be the secretary within the board of 2021-2022, but now it is time for a new challenge as part of the board of IDEA 2022-2023! If you have any questions or comments regarding her position or IDEA in general you can always contact Sascha via

My responsibilities

As Chairman you are responsible for the daily practice of the association and your board members. You make sure the association continues to function smoothly. Next to that, an important task is chairing TSB-Platform, a weekly meeting with all Chairmen of the different associations and parties within the faculty, the Chairman also represents all TSB associations in the two weekly TiGeAk meetings. As Chairman you can expect to spend most of your time having meetings with different people and parties.

The tasks of the Chairman entail the following:

  • Prepare and chair board meetings
  • Keeping an overview and monitoring different aspects of the association
  • Prepare and chair TSB platform, and monitor the collaboration between the associations
  • Support and motivate fellow board members
  • Contact with the TSB Management Team
  • Contact with other TSB parties such as the the Education Support team
  • Representing the TSB student parties within TiGeAk
  • Contact with non-TSB associations Look for opportunities to expand, improve or set up new initiatives


Extra responsibilities: Besides my function-specific tasks, I am also involved with other tasks:

  • Supporting the organization of the Master Experience Days
  • Supporting the organization of the Mentorship Program
  • Posting on the social media channels & maintaining the website
  • Being the contact person for Café de Boekanier
  • The financial administration of the association
  • Taking care of and archiving all incoming and outgoing (electronic) mail
  • Participating in the Student Wellbeing Workgroup of Tilburg University