Julian JAPPERT @JulianJappert
Julian is a founding member of the think tank and has been heading Sport and Citizenship since September 2007. He is a former legal expert and lobbyist in the sports business sector. Today, he utilises his knowledge and experience for the betterment of society, notably within universities, NGOs, European institutions and for Paris’ candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games.
Deputy Director / Editor-in-chief
Sylvain LANDA @LANDASylvain
Sylvain holds a Master’s degree in sports law and joined Sport and Citizenship in April 2008 after having been a legal editor with the Editions Législatives
In 2009, he became the editor-in-chief of Sport and Citizenship’s journal . Since then, he has been involved in numerous projects and oversees the activities of the Think Tank’s Scientific Committee at the French level. Sylvain is also responsible for the drafting of grant applications.
Financial and Administrative Officer
After having graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Associations Management, Charlotte joined Sport and Citizenship as treasurer. In October 2009, in order to better respond to the Think Tank’s growth, she was hired as an accountant on a part-time basis. She now manages the association’s accounts for the financial year.
EU Affairs Manager
Maxime LEBLANC @MaximeLeblanc35
Maxime is a graduate from Sciences Poilitiques Toulouse. He joined Sport and Citizenship in 2012 and is in charge of European Affairs. He also manages the “Sport and Education” and “Sport and Volunteering” European networks.
After the obtention of his Master’s degree in Economics and Management of Sport from the University of Paris Dauphine, Antoine worked for over 10 years in the Sports Business industry. In fact, after 8 years spent at the French Athletics Federation as deputy marketing director, he then worked at the research institute KantarSport as director of development. Ever fascinated by sport, Antoine has become an expert in Sports Business with dual expertise in sales and marketing . He joined Sport and Citizenship team in July 2016 as head of development and partnerships.
Noémie’s educational and professional background essentially revolve around forgeign languages, communications and international relations. After a course in Applied Foreign Languages and a Master’s in Languages and Intercultural Communications, she had several positions as communications assistant. Noémie joined Sport and Citizenship in November 2016 as communications manager.
Aurélien holds a Master’s degree in Sport Management from l’Ecole Supérieure de Gestion de Paris. He was a sports events project officer for 2 years, then a sports sponsoring consultant for 5 years. He now he accompanies the programmes of major French organisations (Caisse d’Epargne/CNOSF, Crédit Agricole/FFF). He’s currently helping to assure Marseille’s victory as European sports capital 2017. Senstive to issues related to sport and sustainable development, Aurélien joined Sport and Citizenship in October 2016 as ‘environmental responsibility’ project officer.
After a Bachelor’s degree in Social and Economic Administration, Barbara obtained a “Webmaster / Web Designer” European Higher Studies Diploma. She then put her knowledge to good use in several freelance experiences as webmaster / webmarketer and administrative assistant. She joined Sport and Citizenship in 2015 as executive assistant.
Celene SENHOUSE @CeleneSENHOUSE
Celene joined Sport and Citizenship in Octobre 2016 as communications assistant after having graduated Summa Cum Laude from Saint Mary’s University in Canada with a Bachelor of Arts (major in French Language and Culture). She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications and Advertising.
Maëlys LOROSCIO @LoroscioMaelys
With a Master degree in Sports Law, Maëlys joined Sport and Citizenship’s Angers office in May 2016.
Timothée LOUETTE @timlouette
Following his Master’s degree in European Studies (University College London), Timothée joined Sport and Citizenship’s Brussels office in September 2016.
Journalist / Graphic Artist
Christophe GAIGNEBET @cgaignebet
After studying law, Christophe entered the Journalism School of Marseille, where he graduated in 2006. After having worked in television, he collaborated with various regional press titles (Le Progrès, Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace) where he took part in the writing but also to the news staging.
He is now a journalist at Var-matin. As for Sport and Citizenship, he is in charge of the design of the Think Tank’s quarterly journals and also brings his experience with regards to the development of Sport and Citizenship’s communication tools.
Franco-British, Jacky moved to France in 1999. She is a professional translator and has provided Sport and Citizenship her support and expertise since its inception. Her main responsibility entails the translation of content for Sport and Citizenship’s bilingual journal.
Photographer and Filmmaker
Jennifer SAMPIERI @JenSampieri
As a photographer, Jennifer Sampieri has always roamed the world equipped with a camera. Jennifer joined Sport and Citizenship in 2014, participating in several projects and events. She has a keen interest in parasport. In 2015, she made this the subject of a documentary and she is currently preparing two short fiction films in addition to her many photographic endeavors.