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Secretariat

DIRECTOR : Marie CLOTTEAU

French

marieMarie joined Euromontana in October 2013 to work on DANTE and MOG projects. She studied European affairs and political sciences at Sciences Po Bordeaux, France. During her studies, she completed one internship at the European Parliament and another one at the SGAE (French General Secretariat for European Affairs). She gained a good knowledge of EU funding and projects thanks to her experience at the European Training Centre in Paris, where she worked on regional policy during 3 years and thanks to the daily management of Research Health projects at Inserm Transfert during 2 years. She speaks French, English and has some knowledge of German and Italian

Contact :

skype name: marie.euromontana

e-mail: Marie Clotteau

 

COMMUNICATION & POLICY OFFICER: Blandine CAMUS

French

Blandine joined Euromontana in February 2019 to work as a Communication and Policy Officer. She has a degree in European policies from Sciences Po Strasbourg, in the heart of the Vosges. Blandine has previously worked with the European Coordination Via Campesina in Brussels, where she got involved in the CAP reform. Originally coming from a rural region, Blandine is highly interested in agriculture, climate change and sustainable tourism and she is very motivated to promote the potential of mountain areas. She speaks French, English and Spanish.

Contact:

e-mail: Blandine Camus

 

PROJECT OFFICER: Maria Carla LOSTRANGIO

Italian

Carla joined Euromontana in February 2020 to work as Project Officer. She has a degree in Economics from the University of Trieste and a master’s degree in Sustainable Territorial Development, offered by the University of Padova, KU Leuven, Paris 1 Sorbonne and UCDB Brazil. Previously working on the development and management of EU projects, she is genuinely passioned to collaborate alongside with communities living in so-called peripherical areas to strengthen the co-creation of innovative solutions for sustainable local development (social, environmental, economic) and recommendations for the managing authorities. She speaks Italian, English and French and has basic knowledge of Turkish.

Contact:

e-mail: Maria Carla Lostrangio

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