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Ekaterina Molodtsova  


Ekaterina is a highly skilled leader with successful track record in pioneering activities at strategic and operational level, managing projects and partnerships. With more than 7 years of experience working with international organisations and governments she has a genuine interest in creating bridges of cross-cultural cooperation and promotes sustainable development. She is passionate about philanthropy and highly committed to making this world a better place.


Mireille Baser 

Vice President  

Mireille has a strong background in public policy. This had led her through collaborating with different international organizations (The World Bank, The World Economic Forum, UN, etc), academia and the public sector. She is currently working in favour of environmental initiatives such as voluntary carbon markets. Some of her main interests include the study of economic systems, healthy cuisine, and rowing.



Kalyssa Heinrich

Protocol and Coordination Officer


Houssam Al Wazzan

Public Relations Manager 

Houssam graduated with his master's degree in international economics from The Graduate Institute, Geneva in 2017. Since then, he has been working with international organizations in various ethics and compliance functions. He is currently working with the anti-corruption team at the World Economic Forum coordinating between business leaders, international organizations and governments to address corruption, transparency and emerging-market risks. Outside work, Houssam is passionate about engaging in impactful Rotaract initiatives, traveling, sightseeing and general arts.


Alicja Bartosik Zapedowska

Web editor

Alicja is a corporate and employment lawyer working in a law firm in Geneva. She first obtained a Bachelor degree in international relations at the University of Geneva and then pursued her studies in law with a Master degree, following a one-year exchange program at the University of New South Wales in Australia, where she co-founded the Funds Management Association. After finishing her master degree, she worked as a research assistant at the Centre d'études juridiques européennes at the University of Geneva. 


Elisabeth Antunes

Admission Manager

Elisabeth is a pharmacy manager close to the Swiss border, originally from Haut Bugey in France. She discovered Rotaract 4 years ago during her studies in pharmacy in Lyon. She is humbled to have been inducted this year into the Rotaract Club Geneva International because she believes that the organization serves many important causes, and provides a friendly atmosphere. It is with great pleasure that she accepted the role of Admission Manager to oversee the admission of new members to the club.