After a licentiate degree in Japanese Studies and a Master in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Nathalie was responsible for sponsorship projects in Belgium and abroad at both Unizo and VOKA. She continued her career for 10 years at the MEDIA Program of the European Commission for Flanders. During this last position, she started to study innovation and the associated processes and methodologies. She did so because of the lack of a hands-on approach in Flanders and the fact that it is lagging behind compared to Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon countries. From this profound interest, she has gradually built up expertise that has been further translated into the start of the iDROPS in 2010. Nathalie is the creative director of iDROPS and is passionate about developing new projects within the healthcare sector.