Members of our team have worked in the private sector, politics, research, and non-governmental agencies. We are ready to help you define your projects and developments strategies, translate them in to actionnable programms.
Damien founded Corealis in July 2010. He studied environmental sciences at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and obtained a certificate of advanced training in renewable energies. He worked in several environmental consulting firms and then 10 years as head of the Environmental and Renewable Energy group for a local utilities company (Services Industriels de Genève). His experiences from several years in politics help appreciate the importance of the human dimension of large projects at the interface of energy and environmental sectors (geothermal, solar, and hydroelectric energy projects). He is committed to developing a common vision and management plan of rivers through multi-stakeholder involvement and consultation, and regularly organises seminars on this subject. firstname.lastname@example.org
Karin is a geologist and gemmologist by training. She joined COREALIS in November 2010, where she holds various responsibilities including the translation of reports (French-German-English), design of client web-sites, accounting, and communication with our clients. In addition to her work at COREALIS, she teaches gemmology at the School of Applied Arts in Geneva, Switzerland. email@example.com
Charlotte is trained in architecture and graphical representation and she joined COREALIS in January 2012. After obtaining her Master’s degree in Advanced Virtual Spaces from a national French engineering school (Arts et Métiers, ParisTech), she developed a 3D representation tool for the canton of Geneva for the visualisation of proposed projects. Her model integrates terrain, seasonal and species-specific variation in vegetation cover, buildings and landmarks into both 2D and 3D projects. These tools serve as useful representations of the visual/acoustic/land-use impact of proposed projects and therefore are used constructively in stake-holder meetings that seek to reconcile divergent interests. firstname.lastname@example.org
Julien joined our team beginning 2013. Trained as a fisheries technician at Agriculture HighSchool of Poissy, he will be responsible for sampling the fish-ladders of several dams in the canton of Geneva. Avid fisherman, he has been fishing by "catch and release" for ten years.