Nuno Pargana has announced his resignation as Construction and Sustainability Manager, effective February 23. Nuno has made important contribution to the development of the activities of FECS, FEUGRES and TBE over the last 5 years and handled everything concerning construction policy and sustainability for the ceramic industry. His technical knowledge on his many dossiers and outgoing personality will be missed. CU is thankful for his hard work over the years and wishes him well in his new position as Project Manager for standards at CEN.
It will not be easy to fill his shoes, but Camille Maury is fit for the challenge. For the last two year Camille was detached in Brussels as European Affairs Manager by the French Federation of roof Tiles & Bricks and Confederation of French Ceramic Industries. We are delighted to announce that Camille has permanently joined the Cerame-Unie team and will take over the role of Construction and Sustainability Manager. Camille received her Post-Graduate Degree in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe (Natolin), where she specialized in EU law and Energy Policy. For the last 2 years she has concentrated on the topic of EU Climate and Energy Policy and followed Environmental as well as Industrial dossiers within Cerame-Unie while also monitoring all issues relevant to the two French associations. Camille speaks fluent French and English and has intermediate knowledge of German.
The team will be further strengthened by the arrival of Amelie Leventi, detached by the French Federation of roof Tiles & Bricks and the Confederation of French Ceramic Industries with the same responsibilities as those previously attributed to Camille. Amelie was the Cerame-Unie trade intern in the Spring/Summer of 2017, she has in the meantime been doing an internship at the European Parliament where she has been gaining valuable experience on the inner working of this European institution.