Steering Committee

Steering Committee

The steering committee implements the roadmap adopted by the Conference. It is composed of senior officials, civil servants and / or similar, of the administration of outermost regions, duly appointed by each president and authorized to represent their region.

 

Each region designates a full member and an alternate member.

The current members are:

Azores

Full member: Carlos Amaral – Regional Director for European Affairs and External Cooperation

 

Canary Islands

Full member: Julián Zafra Díaz – General Director for Economic Affairs of the EU.

Alternate member: Victoria Nakoura – General Directorate for European Affairs

Guadeloupe

Full member: Cassandre Gatoux – Representative of Guadeloupe Region in Brussels.

 

French Guiana

Full member: Alice Colombo – in charge of European affairs in Brussels.

Alternate member: Delphine Lasselin – chargé of the Hexagon Antenna of the Territorial Collectivity of French Guiana

 

Madeira

Full member: Fernanda Cardoso – Regional Director for European Affairs and External Cooperation.

Alternate member: Sérgio Mendonça – Directorate of Services for European Union Policies and Outermost Affairs.

 

Martinique

Full member: Maguy Marie-Jeanne – Director of Coordination for External Affairs, Communication and Public Policy Evaluation and Planning

Alternate member: Stéphany Croizet- European Affairs Officer.

 

Mayotte

Full member: Cyrielle Cuirassier – Representation of Mayotte in Paris/Brussels.

Alternate member: Adrachi Velou – Head of the Associations Department – European Affairs Directorate.

 

Reunion island

Full member: Candida Aldehuelo – Pole RUP-Cabinet of the President.

Alternate member: Anne Sophie Hoarau – Pole RUP- Cabinet of the President.

 

Saint-Martin

Full member: Rudya Lake – Head of the European Affairs Mission.

Alternate member: Philippe Mouchard – Institutional Relations Officer

 

Committee tasks are the following:

  • Preparing the Conference work;
  • Executing mandates entrusted by the Conference;
  • Looking for agreements to reach common positions;
  • Implementing actions within the framework of the objectives defined by the Conference;
  • Coordinating the implementation of technical cooperation actions in areas of common interest.

The commitment of the EU Outermost Regions to cooperate, expressed at its highest level in the Conference of Presidents of the Outermost Regions, is also reflected in documents such as Cooperation protocols, Memoranda and Joint Contributions.