Rosa María LICÓN LUNA

Scientific
Director

Cofounder

A veterinarian trained in wildlife ecology and most recently in bee biology and pathology (apidology), Rosa Maria had a long desire to link the aspects of protection of animal and human health with that of the environment. It is in the world of bees that this project materializes.

Matthieu GEVERTZ

Finance
manager

Cofounder

Matthieu has been supporting project leaders in their business creation for almost 10 years and is involved in various social and solidarity associations. Aware of the ecological imperative, he has been reconverting to nature for a few years now and is training to be a mountain guide.

Guillaume LACOUR

Project
coordinator

Cofounder

Senior consultant, Guillaume brings his skills in project management, change management, information systems, sustainable development, business creation and management. Always fascinated by nature, he focuses all his activities and projects to contribute to the preservation of the environment.

Ségolène PERRET

Communication
Manager

Cofounder

Freelance communications consultant for over 10 years, very involved in local community life, and in full reflection on the ecological transition, Ségolène brings her experience of operational communication in promoting the project (graphic design, press relations, content writing …).

Gérard RONZEL

Treasurer
and secretary

Professional photographer, Gérard has always been involved in environmental protection projects, notably collaborating in the creation of the Jura National Park. Combining naturalist experiences and professional and cultural activities, he contributes to safeguarding biodiversity.

Claude JACQUET

President

Claude has worked for 15 years in the protection of the environment and of people and more particularly in the world of personal care. Amateur beekeeper and fascinated by the black bee and the challenges of preserving local species, he joined the WBP, which became an extension of his awareness-raising goals.

Thierry POCHET

Passionate beekeeper for 5 years and on the lookout for all innovations to take care of bees, Thierry practices natural beekeeping and manufactures log hives. The aim of his sustainable beekeeping is to strengthen the genetics of the bee through natural selection. He actively participates in the management of the Fort’Écluse apiary.

Vanessa CHARTERIS

Vanessa has worked for many years in the travel industry. At the same time, the flora and fauna of the mountains have always fascinated her. To better understand these environments, she undertook training as a mid-mountain guide and then a also on edible and medicinal wild plants. It is her excellent communication skills of writing and photography that add an extra stone to the edifice of the WBP!

Béatrice VERCLYTTE

Always in love with nature, after a 10-year career in the legal sector, Béatrice turned to painting. Teaching visual arts for a while, since 2009 she has been creating frescoes and paintings inspired by nature under the name Bleu d´Avril. Among her passions: walks and wild plant picking, naturopathy, botany …

Vincent MOUSSARD

Passionate about the world of bees, Vincent has been engaged, for 6 years now, in the most respectful beekeeping possible. The “Warré” hives with windows allow him to perform a beekeeping with a minimal of interventions to respect the natural cycle of honey bees. He joined the WBP association in order to share this common passion.

Fanny LEFORT

Passionate about nature, Fanny lives in Prévessin-Moëns where she has chosen to include permaculture in her life. In her wild garden, her goal is to increase biodiversity and protect wild pollinators. She brings to the WBP her expertise in permaculture during her involvement with various projects within the Pays de Gex.