The Gallery of All Presidents of AEGEE-Europe

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Can you spon­ta­neous­ly tell, how many pres­i­dents AEGEE-Europe had so far? 25? 30? 40? 50? The right answer: 44. It start­ed with AEGEE’s founder Franck Biancheri in 1985. Biancheri also had the longest term ever with three years.

Cur­rent Pres­i­dent of AEGEE-Europe is Réka Sala­m­on from AEGEE-Debre­cen and AEGEE-Aachen. She was elect­ed at the spring Ago­ra in Berg­amo in May 2016. Most pres­i­dents only held the office for six months. This was a result of sev­er­al facts. Dif­fer­ent from now, the CD cycle was not from August to July, but from Ago­ra to Ago­ra. So the elect­ed CD mem­bers were in pow­er right after the day they were elect­ed. Since the elec­tions were held twice per year, many CD mem­bers stayed for just half a year. The new­ly elect­ed pres­i­dents were always nor­mal CD mem­bers in the pre­vi­ous board. So they usu­al­ly were in the CD for half a year or a year already. Half a year as pres­i­dent was then the max­i­mum they could offer to AEGEE. In addi­tion, up until 2004, CD mem­bers did not get mon­ey for liv­ing expens­es in Brus­sels, where the CD lived since 1996. So, being pres­i­dent was not also time-con­sum­ing and stress­ful, but also expen­sive.

Here is the list of all Pres­i­dents of AEGEE-Europe — with pho­tos of every one of them. In future, you’ll also get inter­views with them about their life then and now. How­ev­er, this will still take a while. Enjoy the list!

Nr.NameAnten­naPeri­od in office
1Franck Biancheri
ParisApr 1985 — Apr 1988
2Vieri Brac­co
MilanoApr 1988 — Nov 1988
3Frédéric Pélard
ToulouseNov 1988 — Nov 1989
4Adol­fo Dominguez
MadridNov 1989 — May 1990
5Achim Boers
DelftMay 1990 — Nov 1990
6Georg von der Gablentz
BerlinNov 1990 — Apr 1992
7Jeroen Hooger­w­erf
Ams­ter­damApr 1992 — Apr 1993
8Pavel Cer­noch (Miladi­novic)
Pra­haApr 1993 — Nov 1993
9Zsuzsa Kigyós
BudapestNov 1993 — Apr 1994
10Dori­an Selz
Gen­eveApr 1994 — Nov 1994
11Christi­na Wejsham­mer (Thors­son)
LundNov 1994 — Apr 1995
12Egens van Iter­son Scholten
EnschedeApr 1995 — Nov 1995
13Christoph Strohm
KölnNov 1995 — Apr 1996
14Jor­di Capdev­ila
BarcelonaApr 1996 — Nov 1996
15Ger­hard Kress
Mainz/WiesbadenNov 1996 — Apr 1997
16Peter Ginser
Karl­sruheApr 1997 — Nov 1997
17Ser­gio Cared­da
GoriziaNov 1997 — Apr 1998
18Hélène De Rengerve (Berard)
Aix-en-ProvenceApr 1998 — Oct 1998
19Ste­fan Sei­del
Augs­burgOct 1998 — Apr 1999
20Lás­zló Fésüs
SzegedApr 1999 — Nov 1999
21Faní Zari­fopoúlou
Athi­naNov 1999 — May 2000
22Oana Mailates­cu Matei
Cluj-NapocaMay 2000 — Nov 2000
23Kari­na Häuslmeier
Pas­sauNov 2000 — Nov 2001
24Pedro Pani­zo
Val­ladol­idNov 2001 — May 2002
25Tomek Hel­bin
Warsza­waMay 2002 — Nov 2002
26Mark de Beer
EnschedeNov 2002 — May 2003
27Diana Fil­ip
Cluj-NapocaMay 2003 — Oct 2003
28Adri­an Pin­tilie
BucurestiOct 2003 — Apr 2004
29Nico­la Rega
Tori­noApr 2004 — Nov 2004
30Sil­via Bai­taCagliariNov 2004 — May 2005
31Bur­cu Becer­men
AnkaraMay 2005 — Nov 2005
32Leon Bakraces­ki
Skop­jeNov 2005 — May 2006
33Alis­tair De Gae­tano
Val­let­taMay 2006 — Nov 2006
34Thei­js van Welij
UtrechtNov 2006 — Nov 2007
35Lau­re Oni­di
ToulouseNov 2007 — Aug 2008
36
Dra­gan Sto­janovs­ki
NišSep­tem­ber 2008 — August 2009
37Aga­ta Pate­c­ka
Poz­nańSep­tem­ber 2009 — August 2010
38Manos Vala­sis
Peira­iasSep­tem­ber 2010 – August 2011
39Alfre­do Sel­l­it­ti
Saler­noSep­tem­ber 2011 – May 2012
40Marko Grdošić
ZagrebMay 2012 – August 2012
41Luis Alvara­do Mar­tinez
Las Pal­masSep­tem­ber 2012 – July 2014
42Paul Smits
EnschedeAugust 2014 – July 2015
43Alek­san­dra “Ola” Klucz­ka
43 Ola Kluczka
KrakówAugust 2015 – July 2016
44Réka Sala­m­on
44 Réka Salamon


Debre­cen & AachenAugust 2016 – July 2017

 

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