Jackie Dobble (Translator): A highly experienced general manager with recent intensive operational experience in humanitarian aid in two very difficult overseas locations. A strong commercial career background includes lobbying at the highest international and national levels, securing grants, strategy development and complex financial management, as well as international public relationship and direct marketing. Linguistically gifted, bilingual in English/French, she has previously been fluent in German, Italian and Cantonese.
Géraldine Fasentieux (Photographer): Galerie
Born in Belfort in 1966. Lives and works in Troyes. Doctor of American Studies with a major in Fine Arts. Painter and photographer, traveler, whose territory of inspiration is above all the USA.
Jean-Jacques Girardot (Author):
Lecturer in Economics at the University Franche-Comté. Jean-Jacques Girardot was born in Oullins ( Rhône , France ) in 1949. Teacher and researcher in computer science at the École national supérieure des mines de Saint-Étienne, defended his dissertation in computer science in 1976, his doctorate in mathematics in 1989, then became director of the “Networks-Information-Multimedia” department. “. He is the author of books and numerous articles on compute
Ulla Moriell (Graphik designer, Communication design), range of work: Corporate Identity, Flyer, Brochure, Catalog, Advertisement, Book design, Wrapping, Labels, Vehicle labelling and stand until product and web design. nonplusulla
Houda Neffati (Author): Lecturer in Economics at the University Paris Sud. Publications
Algorithmics Institute Paris: Principal Lecturer / Director
Maria Huld Pétursdóttir (Translator): A freelance translator working mostly from English and Norwegian into Icelandic. Experience in different subjects and fields ranging from legal texts to TV shows in addition to various practical texts. Profile
Bernhild Vögel (Author): Birdstage
The website of Bernhard Vogel
– Forced labor in the Nazi era
– Industrial history
– Stories from Iceland
Nina Ivanova (Arthttps://linktr.ee/nina_if_ist)
From the window in my atelier I can see mountains with snow on the top, from the door – cold ocean. It is Iceland. Here my drawings and watercolor paintings are made. Weather has a great impact on them. They could be mood brightening or scary, beware: here be dragons.
Björn Eriksson: Traveller