Council of the Jean-Marc Probst Foundation for the Little Prince

Council of the Jean-Marc Probst Foundation for the Little Prince


The Foundation Council is made up of five persons:

Dr Lucrezia Meier-Schatz

Dr Lucrezia Meier-Schatz

Born in 1952 in Le Locle, Dr Meier-Schatz lives in St. Peterzell (SG). She studied political science at the Universities of Neuch‚tel and Berkley (California). Dr Meier-Schatz was National Advisor from 1999 to 2015. She is a member of several boards of directors, including the one of the CSS Insurances in Lucerne.

 
Mrs Isabelle Thomann

Mrs Isabelle Thomann

Born in 1960 in Lausanne, Mrs Thomann is living in Cologny (GE). She graduated from HEC in Lausanne and worked in banking in Geneva before devoting herself to her family.

 
Mr Pierre-Marcel Favre

Mr Pierre-Marcel Favre

Born in 1943 in Lausanne, Pierre-Marcel Favre studied architecture. In 1971 he started the Favre Publishing house which he still directs today and in 1987 he launched the International Book and Press Fair in Geneva. Pierre-Marcel Favre is Commander of Arts and Literature as well as Officer of the Legion of Honour. Furthermore he is also, and just as Saint-Exupery, a passionate pilot.

 
Mr Thomas Burillo

Mr Thomas Burillo

Born in 1971 in Herzogenbuchsee Thomas Burillo is a graduate in economics from the University of Bern. Since 1999, he is the C.F.O. Probst the group. Accomplished sportsman, he was a professional ice-hockey player from 1991 to 1995 and Swiss champion in 1994 with CP Bern.

 
Mr Jean-Marc Probst

Mr Jean-Marc Probst

Born in 1956 in Lausanne, Jean-Marc Probst studied mechanical engineering at the EPFL and is the CEO of Probst-Maveg SA in Crissier. He is also Chairman of Swiss Trade (the Swiss federation of trade), Vice-Chairman of the Swiss Employers' Union, and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of CSS Insurance in Lucerne as well as member of the Supervisory Board of Switzerland Global Enterprise (the Swiss office of economic expansion). Since 2015, he is also Honorary Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany for the cantons of Geneva, Vaud and Valais.