Board members


Yves Bernaert


Aged 55, Yves Bernaert started out as an auditor with PWC before joining Accenture, a global digital services company, in 1992. He held various management positions in France and internationally before becoming CEO Europe of Accenture Technology for the past 9 years. Under his leadership, Accenture Technology Europe achieved double-digit growth by focusing on new digital technologies (Cloud, Data & AI, and Security) in collaboration with its teams and partners. He joined the Board of 1001fontaines as Chairman in 2022 and has been the new CEO of Atos since October 2023.

Anne-Sarine Courcoux

A graduate of Columbia University and ESSEC, Anne-Sarine spent 15 years in marketing and retail at LVMH before changing career paths to take the helm of a Cambodian family business in 2014. She manages several restaurant brands in Southeast Asia. Since 2019, she supports 1001fontaines as President of Teuk Saat 1001 in Cambodia.

Elisabeth Cunin

A graduate from the engineering school Ecole Polytechnique, she spent 5 years with McKinsey & Company before starting her career in retail (Director of logistics & digital for Promod, Director of supply chain for Parfums Christian Dior, Managing director of André, Etam Lingerie, Comptoir des Cotonniers and Princesse Tam Tam).
She was Managing Director of Camaieu International up to 2018, before being nominated Chairman of Kiabi in May 2019. She has also been Board Member of Mercialys since 2012.

Laurent Kocher

Graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique, Laurent Kocher, 49, began his career in 1989 at IBM France. In March 2005, he joined the France Telecom Group to develop service activities for major French and International Companies. In 2009, he was named CIO of the France Telecom Group and joined Orange France in 2010 as Senior Vice President for SoHo, SMEs and Entreprises markets.
From October 2011 to May 2013, he was CEO for France at the Atos Group. In January 2014, he was appointed Executive Vice President for Marketing, Innovation and Services at Keolis.

Dominique Levacher


A graduate of Arts et Métiers and INSEAD, Dominique Levacher made his career at DANONE in Operations and Human Resources in the Waters and Fresh Products divisions. He was notably Director of Operations for DANONE Eaux France, Director of Operations for Middle East Africa, Director of Operations and then D.R.H of the Fresh Products division. He is committed to the development of skills volunteering for charities within Passerelles et Compétences.

Jean-Fabrice Mathieu


Graduated from HEC, Jean Fabrice has worked during 10 years for L’Oréal, 6 of which in Asia. He then became CEO of Kelkoo and Managing Director of, which he listed on the Stock Exchange in 2006. He is now an investor and on the Board of Directors of,, Primavista and Travelavenue.

Belinda Morvan

Initially Chartered Accountant, Belinda was Financial Director for Regus PLC from 2004 to 2012, then for Criteo from 2012 to 2016. She notably supported these companies in their international deployment, playing a major role in the definition of their growth journey. She founded in 2016 Finance by Bee, a company specialized in financial advisory for start-ups entering into growth and scaling-up phases.
She has been supporting 1001fontaines since 2016 to optimize the administrative and financial management, both at the headquarters and in the countries of operation.

Jean-François Rambicur

Graduate from the Ecole Centrale of Lyon, Jean-François spent his entire career at Andersen Consulting (which is now Accenture) in which he was an associate during many years. Since January 2009, he has shifted his focus towards humanitarian activities and non-executive Board memberships.


Pierre-André Térisse

For almost 30 years, Pierre-André held CFO positions in multinational companies in Europe and Asia – most notably at DANONE, where he was Group CFO. He subsequently took on operational responsibilities, notably becoming Executive Vice-President of DANONE’s African activities, and overseeing environmental activities.
Since 2021, Pierre-André has been Executive Chairman of MIYA, a bottled water company sold in Senegal, which he founded in 2019 .