Contact details for IFFA, Board and secretariat

Adresses, telephones, e-mails and Skype

  • Published: 10.11.2015
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • Tags: #IFFA  # contact  # Board  # Secretariate 
  •     IFFA Board Login

     Postal address:
     Forestry House, 66 Rue de Luxembourg
     B-1000, Belgium


    The IFFA Board

    Peter de Marsh (Chair)
    tlfph: +1 506 367 2503


    Lennart Ackzell
    tlph: +46 8 787 58 94
    mob: +46 707 88 41 78
    Pentti Linnanaa (vice-chair)
    tlph: +358 40 9209879

    Charles Nyanjui

    Lorenz Freiherr Klein von Wisenberg
    tlph: +49 8733 9387101
    mob: +49 171 2825556

    Manuel Garcia Gonzáles
    tlph: +52 81 8391 9972

    Jog Raj Giri
    tlph. +977 9851141293
    Felix Montecuccoli
    +43 6644 4332771 













    Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
    tlfph: +47 900 36 741
    Skype: ivar.legallais.korsbakken





    Brussels contact
    Forestry House, 66 Rue de Luxembourg
    B-1000, Belgium




     Nomination Committee

    Tanja Olsen
    Mob: +44 3324 4266  

    Olivier Bertrand
    Tlfph: +33.147203632

    Marc-André Côté
    Tlfph: +1 (450) 67905308200  



    Web editor

    Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
    tlfph: +47.23223870
    Mob: +47.90036471
    Skype: ivar.legallais.korsbakken






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