Governance

Three different bodies guarantee the appropriate functioning of The Federation for EDucation in Europe (FEDE).

 

This executive body is responsible for overall governance of the FEDE. Members are elected for four years.

Members elected at the General Assembly on Friday 24th, April 2015 – Lausanne

Members elected at the General Assembly on Wednesday 27th, March 2019 – Malaga

CHAIRWOMAN
Claude VIVIER LE GOT – France

VICE – PRESIDENTS
Coralia COTORACI – Roumania
Claire SAINT JEAN – England
Salvador CINTADO PASTOR – Spain
Rinaldo ROSSO – Italy

GENERAL SECRETARY
Jean-Luc COLLET – France

TREASURER
Jacques FREZAL – France

MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Marie-José LÖWE – Germany

The Committee is in charge of defining the strategy of the FEDE.

It is composed of representative members from participating countries. Members are elected for four years.

Members elected at the General Assembly on Wednesday 27th, March 2019 – Malaga

Germany 
Marie-José LÖWE

England
Claire SAINT JEAN – Vice-President

Belgium
Jérôme HATTON

Spain 
Salvador CINTADO PASTOR – Vice-President

France 
Claude VIVIER LE GOT – Chairwoman
Stéphanie NUSS
Denis DUMONT
Jean-Luc COLLET – General Secretary
Jacques FREZAL – Treasurer
Farhang GHASSEMI
Patrick ROUX

Italy
Rinaldo ROSSO

Morocco
Abesslam BENAHRA

Romania
Coralia COTORACI – Vice-President

Switzerland
Anne BARBIER

The Committee

France
Claude VIVIER – LE GOT
Chairwoman

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Claude Vivier – Le Got is the founder of EAC Group and President of the Institut Français du Luxe (French institute of luxury). EAC Group is an educational pioneer in the fields of arts, culture and luxury since its creation in 1985. It is recognized by the French Ministry of Culture.

Claude Vivier – Le Got was made Knight of the French National Order of Merit and Knight of the French National Order of Academic Palms.
She has published several books related to culture and art: « La culture, un métier, une passion » (Editions Scorff, 1995), « Profession Manager Culturel » (Editions EAC, 2010), « Les métiers du Management de l’art » (Editions Weka, 2013).

Claude Vivier – Le Got is Chairwoman of the Education & Culture Committee of the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe.

Romania
Coralia COTORACI
Vice-president

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Coralia Cotoraci is the rector of the University Vasile Goldiş, Arad, Romania.

In addition to a PhD (thesis title ‘Morphological and Evolving Clinical Aspects of Myelodysplastic Syndromes’), Coralia Cotoraci also has a master’s in psychology and psychotherapy. She’s a renowned in the medical sector in Romania.

She teaches at the faculties of medicine, pharmacy and dental surgery of the University of which she is the rector.

Coralia Cotoraci is Vice president of the FEDE.

United Kingdom
Claire SAINT JEAN
Vice-president

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Claire Saint Jean is the head director of communications at Spéos, higher institution based in the United Kingdom and in France.

A Sciences Po and ESCP graduate, she began working in digital communications before changing direction  completely and finding herself managing the Sorbonne Assas International Law School’s Asian campus.  Once back in France she kept on working in education and  became Director of Communications at Spéos.

Claire Saint Jean is Vice president of the FEDE

Spain
Salvador
CINTADO PASTOR
Vice-president

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Salvador Cintado Pastor is the Chief Executive Officer of CENEC School in Spain.

Founded in 1980, the Spanish school is a member of CENEC Group which is present in Spain, Morocco and Latin America. The School offers training courses in business management, finance, IT, foreign languages and marketing. It offers CISCO, MICROSOFT or ORACLE certifications such as BULATS and IELTS. The school has more than 5000 alumni.

Salvador Cintado Pastor is General Secretary of FACEP-ACEPMA (association of private schools in Málaga), member of the AJE (association of young entrepreneurs) and of the Commission of Tourism, Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Málaga.

Salvador Cintado Pastor is today Vice-President of the FEDE.

Italy
Rinaldo
ROSSO
Vice-president

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Rinaldo Rosso creates teaching, training and e-learning tools.

He is an expert consultant in tourism for a tour operator.

He ran an Italian education institution, which is a member of the FEDE and the FIINSEI (Italian federation of education).

Rinaldo Rosso is the delegate of the FEDE at the Council of Europe and represents the FEDE at Novareckon (U.P.O.University) for the management of European projects.

Rinaldo Rosso is Vice-President of the FEDE.

France
Jacques FREZAL
Treasure

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Jacques Frezal is the founder of the Ecole Prep’Art.

After a cursus in economics and management at university Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Jacques Frezal began teaching in Economical sciences and technics. Passionate about economics and art, he then founded his own higher institution specialized in art, the école Prep’art, first in Paris and second in Toulouse. He’s been committed to the FEDE for a long time to develop the Art and Culture section.

Jacques Frezal is the treasurer of the FEDE

France
Jean-Luc COLLET
General Secretary

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Jean-Luc Collet is the Chief Financial Officer of ICOGES Group.

Present in Paris, Lyon and Angers, the group offers numerous training programmes (from two to five years) in a wide range of areas : business, communication, management, IT, executive secretariat, insurance, banking real estate, hospitality, tourism, finance, audiovisual, graphic design, and editing.

He is a Founding member of ADREP (French association for the development of relations between schools and professions).

Jean-Luc Collet is the General Secretary of the FEDE.

Germany
Marie-José LÖWE
Member of the Executive Council

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Marie-José Löwe is in charge of the department of Roman languages at the Merz-Schule. (Stuttgart).

She is a member of the curatorium of Leinfelden Popular University.

Marie-José Löwe is a member of the FEDE Executive Council.

France
Stéphanie NUSS
Member of the Committee

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Stéphanie Nuss is the Director of IMC – European Business School.

Established in three cities in eastern France; Metz, Nancy and Forbach; the school is valued for the quality of its training programmes in the areas of bank, business, marketing, human resources and web services.

Stéphanie Nuss is a member of the FEDE Executive Council.

Belgium
Jérôme HATTON
Member of the Committee

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Jérôme Hatton is the director of Ludus Académie, an international network of higher educational institutions.

With a CNAM diploma in software engineering, Jérôme Hatton begins in the professional world as a software consultant for large corporations.

He later became a teacher for the CORA group, the CNAM, AMGE, SUPINFO, IFCE, …

As an experienced software engineer and teacher, Jérôme Hatton then created an educational institution dedicated to videogames and serious games, first in Strasbourg and then in Bruxelles.

In 2012, he created a festival dedicated to the videogame universe : “Start To Play”. In 2017, he also created the first French speaking museum dedicated to videogame, its history and its future : the pixel Museum in Schilitigheim.

Jérôme Hatton is a Member of the Committee.

Switzerland
Anne BARBIER
Member of the Committee

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Anne Barbier is the Dean of Ecole Minerva in Switzerland.

After a French D.E.A degree and a PhD in biochemistry, Anne Barbier became lead research assistant at the faculty of medicine at Lausanne. There, in Switzerland, she discovered her passion for teaching at the Ecole Minerva, where she taught from 2014 to 2017 before becoming dean of the school.

Anne Barbier is a Member of the Committee.

France
Farhang GHASSEMI
Member of the Committee

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Farhang Ghassemi is the Chief Executive Officer of Cogefi Group.

Established in Marne La Vallée and in Paris, the group offers initial higher education training (from two to five years) and several professional training programmes (on site or by e-learning).

Farhang Ghassemi is a graduate in industrial management, political sciences and business administration.

He is the cofounder of the Collège de l’Intelligence Économique de France (graduate school in business intelligence). He is a founding member of l’Alliance des Ecoles de France (alliance of French schools), Human Rights activist and writer.

Farhang Ghassemi is a member of the FEDE committee and the FEDE human rights representative.

Maroc
Abdeslam BENAHRA
Member of the Committee

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Abdeslam Benahra is the Founding General Director of the CESA Sup group in Casablanca, Morocco.

After a master’s in ergonomics and human ecology (Paris-1 University) and a master’s in IT and telecommunications engineering (Paris-7 University), Abdeslam Benahra made a career shift to teaching and then created his own higher institution in 1986 , CESA SUP. Dedicated to a better education, he’s nowadays a member of the Higher Council of Education, Formation and Scientific research of Morocco.

Abdeslam Benahra is a member of the Committee.

France
Denis DUMONT
Member of the Committee

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Denis Dumont is the operational director of the Maestris group, a national network of higher institutions.

With a master’s degree in economics and a “DESS” in enterprise administration, Denis Dumont began his professional life as a teacher in the ECS Lille. Based on his experience, he decided then to create a school in Dunkerque than Cambrai, all within the same group of schools, where he finally decided to become financial director. In 2002, he got promoted as the operational director of the group now called Maestris.

Denis Dumont is a member of the Committee.

France
Patrick ROUX
Member of the Committee

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