Director – 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 – 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.
Communications Manager – Noémie GINGUE
Graduated in a university diploma on graphism he joined Sport and Citizenship team as a graphic designer and communications assistant.
European project manager – Clara GAUTHIER
With a Master’s degree in European Governance from Sciences Po Grenoble, Clara has held several positions in the field of European public affairs. She joined Sport and Citizenship in January 2021 as European project manager.
Project manager – Eva JACOMET
With a background in political science and graduate with a master’s degree in Territorial Public Action from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, she joined Sport and Citizenship as project manager in February 2021, after a first experience in the summer of 2020.
Assistante de direction et administrative – Amanisse CADEAU-BELMILOUD
Amanisse is now studying administrative management and joined the Think tank a the end of august 2022 as management and administrative assistant in apprenticeship.
Accountant – Dolores MONTAUDON
With a long experience in accounting and human resources, Dolores joined the Think tank Sport and Citizenship in 2018.
Translator – Jacky RACINEUX
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.