Isabelle Ellen Manneh
Head of Health & Research Programmes
Isabelle is ECPC's Head of Health & Research Programmes and is the appointed executive body for our research activities from industry to EU funded projects participating in several European Union's Research and Innovation framework programmes in addition to working on 3 principal EU Policy files: the European Cross Border Health Directive, the General Data Protection Regulation, and Health Technology Assessment. She is a registered Pharmacist (RPh) and certified Public Health Professional (CPH) holding a post-master degree in European Studies specialising in EU Policy & Project Management. Isabelle is a USAID Training Future Leaders Scholarship recipient, a Golden Key International Honour Society member, and a EUPATI Expert Patient in R&D who has dedicated over 10 years of her life to patients. She has previously worked with the United Nations (UN) and the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), among others around the globe. Isabelle is an active member of the General Assembly of the Worldwide Innovative Networking in personalized cancer medicine (WIN) Consortium, the Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre (KCE) Trials Panel, the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO), the European Commission's Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Stakeholder Pool, Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi), the BBMRI-ERIC Stakeholder Forum, and the Working Party on Nutrition and Health, and is also an elected representative of the European Patient Advocacy Group (ePAG) for the European Reference Network (ERN) on rare adult solid tumours & the ERN Patient Board. Isabelle is Romanian and identifies as a citizen of the world. She speaks fluent English, Romanian and Arabic, and has a good knowledge of French and basic understanding of Spanish and Italian.
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Head of Finance and Human Resources
With more than ten years of experience in the field of communication and project management (especially in the field of public policy contracts), Jiska has a large amount of experience in managing and coordinating budgets, contracts, people and events. As a Dutch national, she speaks Dutch and English fluently and has a good knowledge of German, French as well as some basic knowledge of Spanish.
Partnerships & Communication Manager
Clémence Morinière is ECPC’s Partnerships and Communication Manager. For more than ten years she has been working in communications applied to EU affairs and social fields (health, inclusion, poverty, education). She has been involved in projects with European institutions, civil society organisations and citizens with the aim of improving their mutual understanding. Her professional experience includes communication strategies and off-line/online campaigns aimed at raising visibility and awareness, conveying messages to convince influencers, decision-makers, donors, the media and the general public to commit, to donate or to change their mind-set. Her ambition is to create strong messages and forge creative concepts that will catch one’s attention and have a real impact. Today she aims at empowering ECPC Members, ensuring cooperation at EU level, raising awareness and promoting effective campaigns intending for a good life for all based on health, security, equality and education. She holds a master’s in Communications and European Affairs and a master’s degree in Information and Communication Trades. She has previously worked with Médecins du Monde and in EU communication consultancies. She speaks French, English and Spanish.
Health & Research Officer
Policy & Communications Assistant
Partnerships & Communications Assistant
Paulína Gono is a Partnerships and Communications Assistant at the European Cancer Patient Coalition. She graduated from the Comenius University in Bratislava where she studied journalism. During her studies she experienced an Erasmus mobility at Sapienza University in Rome. Before she joined ECPC she worked in media and in NGOs in Belgium focusing on communication and event management. She gained the first experience in health sector on the European level through an organization EUFAMI focusing on families affected by mental ill health. She was involved in fundraising, campaigning and event organization of an art exhibition dedicated to raise an awareness about mental illnesses. Paulina is fluent in English and Slovak and has a good knowledge of French.