The 29th board of M.S.B.C. HEEP:

Zhengqiu Chen, President

I’m Zhengqiu Chen, President of MSBC HEEP 2020-2021.

People call me Chen so that’s what you can do as well, it’s just easier. I’m a 4th year Bachelor student studying at the Conservatorium Maastricht as a Classial Pianist. And Badminton is my biggest hobby besides piano. I love being in a big group, because I like to chat with all kinds of them. Join us if you feel like some lighting speed sport!

Michiel Petit, Secretary

Hey, I’m Michiel, MSBC HEEP’s secretary for this year! I’m 24 years old and I’m doing my third year of an IT bachelor at Zuyd.

I only have been playing badminton for one and a half year now, but improvement is definitely perceptible! Besides badminton, I love the world of aviation, and I aspire to work in that field after finishing my studies. Badminton is a great way to wind down, and so are the activities our lovely Activity Commission organizes. So far, I’ve enjoyed the year to the fullest, and I’m very excited to see what’s next!

Lara Vreeswijk, Treasurer

Hi! My name is Lara and I’m the new treasurer of HEEP. I’m 20 years old and just started my Master’s in Neuropsychology.

I have played badminton for many years before I came to Maastricht. But what I love the most about HEEP is that everyone with an interest for badminton is welcome. No matter what your level is. For the last three years that I’ve been a member of HEEP, I have loved seeing the association grow and become a big groups of friends. I look forward to get to know our new members and make the absolute best of this year! I hope to see you soon on the badminton court and at our fun activities!

Kevin Heugen, Head of Activities

I’m Kevin Heugen, a premaster student enrolled in European Studies on Society Science and Technology.

Before I came to UM, I did a Bachelor of Applied sciences in Software engineering. I only recently started playing badminton. Although I still have much to learn, I really enjoy playing the sport. My main goal, as head of activities, will be to organize the activities in these uncertain times. It will be challenging, but we’re going to try to make the best out of it.