Gérard JOUANY Communication strategy
Gérard Jouany, journalist, lover of Africa and passionate about aeronautics. After graduating from the Journalists Training Center (CFJ), Gérard Jouany leaves for Cameroon in cooperation. He will remain there for 2 years as editor of the Cameroonian Press Agency. Back in France, he joined Europe 1 where he will remain 15 years. He is a presenter of the morning papers alongside Philippe Gildas. It is then that he specializes in transport and successively covers the noise tests of the Concorde in New York, the first TGV Paris-Lyon and the many Ariane launches that he comments most often live. He also covers Paris-Dakar 6 times as a journalist and pilot. Gerard Jouany then leaves for “La 5” and is editor in charge of new technologies. The adventure will last 5 years. He starts writing and making documentaries such as the 100th anniversary of the Paris Air Show. He returned to hot news becoming the morning editor of Radio Classique before finishing as editor of BFM. Gérard Jouany is decorated with the Cameroonian Order of Merit. Private pilot totals more than 800 hours of flight. He is currently columnist at the Huffington Post and writes for fun in Jazz Colors.
Jean-Luc LEFEBVRE Spatial issues
Jean-Luc Lefebvre, a researcher in strategy, has held responsibilities in the field of military information and communications systems. He is interested then in the strategic questions posed by the new environments of confrontation: cyberspace and outer space. He is the author of many specialized articles and several books, including the reference book "Space Strategy" distributed by ISTE editions in the space science series for which he is responsible. Anxious to share his passion and his convictions, Jean-Luc Lefebvre has been teaching space techniques in engineering school since 1986 and gives lectures in France and abroad. He is also a member of the Commission ofspatiology, which defines the new terms of the French language in the space field.
François BELLABA Aeronautical questions
François Bellabal, an engineer graduated from ISAE-SUPAERO, also holds the DESIA, a complementary diploma in management and business engineering. After a first experience in the aeronautical start-up ACS Aviation in Brazil, he began his professional career in 2009 at Safran Aircraft Engines as a Nacelle Structure Engineer, where he filed a number of patents and acquired project management skills. Technico-economic steering of innovative project. In 2013, he joined Safran Helicopter Engines in the Support and Services Department, where he experienced customer relations as Technical Assistance Officer at ALAT. Since 2016, he has been working in the Airworthiness Department, where he is working on the certification of new helicopter turbines under development.
Kathleen CHARLES Agricultural Issues
Kathleen Charles is an international expert working in the financing of businesses in the agricultural sector, including the agri-food sector. She holds a M.A. in International and Political Studies from HEID, Geneva Switzerland and a B.A in International Relations from the University of California, Davis USA. For more than 25 years, it has set up cooperations between commercial banks, private companies, donors and financial institutions of development to create bridges for financial companies (small and medium) in Africa, Europe of the East and Latin America.
Laetitia MOREL Institutional Relations
Laëtitia MOREL holds a Master's degree in Management from the Clermont-Ferrand Business School, a Certificate in Public Management of Territorial Communities from Grenoble Management and specializes in International Relations at the Center for Diplomatic and Strategic Studies. from Paris. Experienced for 17 years in public policies and institutional affairs, she held responsibilities in the area of international relations and economic development within the Ministry of Tourism and DATAR, then consular in the network of Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Industry and finally in the Territorial Public Service, where she held the position of Director of International Relations of a large French city.
Samir BOUAZIZ Training / Employment
Samir Bouaziz obtained his engineering degree in Electronics at U.S.T.H.B. Bab Ezzouar University in Algeria. He then received a scholarship to obtain his doctoral thesis at the University of Paris Sud. Mr. S. Bouaziz is Professor of Embedded Systems Universities and Instrumentation Architecture of Complex Systems in the SATIE Laboratory (Systems and Applications of Information and Energy Technologies, UMR CNRS 8029) at the University of Paris South. He is in charge of the Electronics Energy Systems Department (School recognized by GIFAS) in the Polytech'Paris Sud engineering school. He is in charge of actions with Algeria, for the Department of International Relations of his university Paris Sud.