Aldith Hunkar leads an ex-pat life as a child. Her father’s career for the Dutch government and the United Nations takes the Hunkar family from Suriname, via Malaysia and Brazil to Tunisia. In these countries, Aldith attends different educational systems and learns to express herself not only in Dutch, but in English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian as well.
She decides at a young age that her heart lies in journalism. During her time in college (different majors with varying results), she writes recreationally and makes radio programmes for a local broadcaster in Belgium.
At the end of the 1980s, her talents as a radio presenter are first officially recognized by the first commercial radio station in the Netherlands, Radio 10. The national broadcasters soon follow suit and Aldith makes radio programmes that stand out for several of them, most notably her alternative Top 40 and her talkradio show.About Aldith
“A conference like ours cannot be successful without the right circumstances and conditions. A good moderator, for example, is invaluable. It is my opinion that you have played that role with gusto. Your sense of humour, charisma and professional attitude contributed largely to the success of the conference.”
“Everybody thought you were extraordinary. Your performance got the highest ratings in our event app.”
“Thank you for your wonderful contribution. We look back on a fantastic conference! Thanks to all speakers and an excellent moderator, we had a successful day.”
“You do what you do so seemingly effortlessly. That is inspiring.”
Education, Health, Human Rights, Journalism, Climate, Public Governance, Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Diversity, Technology & Branding
Facilitator, Interviewer, Talkshow Host, Moderator