Alexandra van der Ploeg

Alexandra van der Ploeg has been with SAP since 1999. She started with SAP Switzerland in charge of management development and over the course of the next ten years held various managerial positions in Human Resources. For the past four years, she has managed global CSR programs at SAP AG. In this role, she is in charge of developing and implementing the SAP Social Sabbatical and driving the conceptual design of a variety of pro-bono volunteering offerings. Alexandra van der Ploeg holds an MBA from Henley Business School in Great Britain. She has lived in numerous countries, such as Russia and Brazil, and speaks five languages.

Posts by Alexandra van der Ploeg

  • Q&A with Alexandra van der Ploeg: SAP’s Approach to Pro-Bono (08.19.14 )

    By Alex Parkinson, Research Associate, The Conference Board, and Alexandra van der Ploeg, Global CSR Program Lead, SAP Earlier this month, PYXERA Global’s Amanda MacArthur answered questions about global pro bono, highlighting the leadership development advantages that such volunteer programs bring. Technology and software solutions company SAP uses these programs to give high-performing employees the […]

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