DIRECTOR : Guillaume CORRADINO
Guillaume has joined Euromontana in January 2022. He is a dual French / Italian citizen with a background in European affairs and political sciences and 14+ years of experience in Brussels, working mainly in the areas of environment, urban and rural development, energy and transport. Before joining Euromontana, he has worked successively for the railway industry, the European Commission’s DG Enlargement (now NEAR), eco-innovation network Greenovate! Europe, and the environmental NGO PAN Europe. He has expertise in EU funded research project development and management, as well as in communication and dissemination or project results. He speaks French, English, and has some understanding of Italian.
e-mail: Guillaume Corradino
COMMUNICATION & POLICY OFFICER: Blandine CAMUS
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.
e-mail: Blandine Camus
COMMUNICATION & PROJECT OFFICER: Beatrice BELLAVIA
Beatrice joined Euromontana in 2023 as a Communication and Project Officer, to work especially on the FIRE-RES and ShepForBio projects. With a background in sociology and urban studies, she has always been fascinated by non-metropolitan territories and their challenges. Beatrice also has experience in stakeholders’ engagement practices. She comes from Northern Italy, where the Alps meet the Po Valley. She speaks Italian, English, French, and a bit of German.
e-mail: Beatrice Bellavia
EU PROJECT MANAGER: Marie LAURENT
Marie joined Euromontana in 2023 as an EU Project Manager. She is responsible for the RUSTIK and MountResilience projects in particular. Marie has a degree in Social Sciences from Science Po Paris and has studied and lived in different mountain areas in Europe, from the Alps to the Norwegian mountains. Originally from a rural place, Marie is very interested in local development, food security and climate change . She speaks French, English and has a basic knowledge of Italian.
e-mail: Marie Laurent