Noé is a registered charity and not-for-profit association, set up under the 1901 Act.
As such, it comprises an Executive Committee as well as a Board of Directors of 5 to 20 members.
The Board of Directors ensures the proper functioning of the Association. The directors work in a voluntary capacity and act in the best interests of the association. They are elected for 3 years.
The Executive Committee is composed of members of the Board of Directors who are elected by the directors. It comprises a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer who are responsible for implementing decisions taken at the General Assembly. The Committee is also elected for 3 years.
The President, with the support of the Board of Directors, formulates and coordinates the Association’s global strategy, supports the conservation programmes, supervises the Secretary General and Steering Committee, represents the Association at a high level and acts as spokesperson, dealing with the media, technical and financial partners, and various stakeholders.
Arnaud GRETH, President and Founder, biologist and veterinarian
Olivier PASCAL, Vice-President, botanist
Jean-François LAGROT, Secretary, veterinarian and journalist-reporter
Roseline BEUDELS, Treasurer, scientist at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
Board of Directors
David BRUGIERE, Biodiversity Project Director at BRL Ingénierie
Pierre CARRET, Grant Director at Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund
Arnaud COLLIN, Director of the Réserves Naturelles de France
Pierre COMMENVILLE, Director of the Ecrins National Park
Naïg COZANNET, French Development Agency
Jacques FÉVRIER, Veterinarian
Rémi GOUIN, Former President of Man and Nature
Thierry GOZLAN, Veterinarian, entrepreneur and activist for the defence of biodiversity
Jean-Paul PADDACK, WWF-International Network Director
Jean-Yves PIROT, Former Director of the GEF Programme, IUCN International
Bernard POIRETTE, Journalist at EUROPE 1
Jean-Christophe VIÉ, Conservation biologist and veterinarian, Director of the Franklinia Foundation