Our team


François Jaquenoud

Civil engineer from the Mines school, François Jaquenoud spent his career at Anderson Consulting (Accenture). Consultant then Associate (from 1975 to 1997), François directly contributes, since 1992, to the management and the strategic evolution as a member of the executive committee.From 1997 to 2003, he serves as an independent consultant in the strategic and change-management fields, while also being involved in the management of a SME (GFA Services, automatic beverage vending machines) located in Lyon, France. Since February 2004, François Jaquenoud has been working on the 1001fontaines initiative.

Julien Ancele

Julien has been leading 1001fontaines since 2015, focusing his work on designing the organization’s scaling up strategy, providing support to the current countries of operation, investigating growth opportunities, and contributing to the 1001fontaines’ thought leadership.
A graduate of ESCP Europe Business School, Julien worked as a strategy and sustainability consultant within Accenture. He spent 8 years designing and shaping strategic initiatives for global players in the fields of consumer goods, natural resources and logistics.

Amandine Muret

Amandine oversees strengthening the 1001fontaines ties-up with institutions and influent foundations in the WASH and social business ecosystems, supporting both fundraising and thought leadership targets. She brings in her knowledge of global social entrepreneurship and key WASH players.

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Quentin Pelletier

Quentin joined 1001fontaines in 2019 as CFO, with the two-fold target to lead the global finance department, and provide support to the local finance and admin teams. His past experience as CFO in an insurance company based in Cambodia adds a strong field understanding to his financial background.

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Anne-Sophie Lecointre

Anne-Sophie manages the Global Sales & Marketing development of 1001fontaines, supporting the 4 countries to grow their sales, beneficiaries, and social impact.A graduate of EMLyon Business School & Social Business HEC Chaire, Anne-Sophie worked for Danone Group for 13 years in controlling, marketing & New Business projects. Then for Ashoka Belgium. She also launched her own project of Social entrepreneurship.


James Brinson

James is a WASH engineer with more than seven years’ experience working in Australia and abroad for international NGOs. He joined 1001fontaines in January 2022 to support our local teams in optimizing water treatment solutions and ensuring water quality till the point of consumption through the most efficient systems and processes. 

Alise André

Alise is in charge of developing fundraising from individual donors as well as from companies. She worked for 5 years in the fundraising consultancy agency Hopening, and specialized in fundraising strategies with major donors.


Eva Leneveu

A graduate of Science Po Grenoble specialized in International Affairs, Eva joined the partnerships and advocacy team in 2021. Her mission is to promote the 1001fontaines model and the projects within the WASH ecosystem and towards strategic partners. She is also involved in strengthening M&E practices within the organization.


Jeanne Gachon

Graduated from the Université de Montreal and the Université de Montpellier in Political Science, Jeanne joined 1001fontaines in September 2022. She is in charge of developing the network of corporate partners and animating our social networks.


Axel Liber

Graduate from the Master 2 of Finance and Management Control at the University of Lyon, Axel joined the 1001fontaines team in January 2021. He is in charge of reorganizing, automating and harmonizing the reporting of various projects, and will take an active part in improving our Monitoring and Evaluation tools.

Jonathan Faucher

A graduate of INSA, Jonathan joined 1001fontaines in Cambodia in 2016, where he coordinated digital innovations in the field such as the application project to manage water production and sales. He now supports 1001fontaines on the development of its IT capabilities.


Anne-Christine Bervillé

A graduate of Paris Dauphine University, Anne-Christine goes on a humanitarian mission with Children of the Mekong. Back in France, she worked for 10 years in marketing and international development at Unilever and then L’Oréal. For the last years, Anne-Christine has supported 1001fontaines and has helped create the Swiss structure.

Malik Bafou

After having been head of communication in private companies for several years, Malik joined the Oak Foundation in 2010 in the Special Interest Program, then held a research position at the University of Geneva. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Lausanne and two Masters: Media & Communication from the University of Geneva and Financial Communication from the University of Lugano.


Chrystèle Jacqmarcq

A graduate of KEDGE Business School, Chrystèle worked for more than 10 years in
the financial sector in France and the United States, before joining the Charity sector,
helping migrants. She joined 1001fontaines in 2017, first in Switzerland where she contributed to thecreation of the charity, and now in London with the mission of developing UK partnerships.

Aude Zibell

A graduate from the business school ESCE, Aude worked for 10 years in the franchise network development in France and overseas. From 2009, it was in the United States then Hong Kong that she became involved in fundraising activities before joining 1001fontaines in the UK.


Frédéric Dubois

Frederic manages the flagship program of 1001fontaines, with the mandate to bring the local organization to full financial sustainability. He brings in a deep knowledge of the country, a strong managerial experience, and a robust financial background.

Luke Barrett

Luke has been leading Ranontsika since 2014, and is currently managing the consolidation effort in the country to build the national scaling up model. With his expertise in engineering and water quality, Luke has contributed to improving the 1001fontaines standards in this field.

Amandine Chaussinand

After having spent 3 years managing the Cambodian operations, Amandine is now in charge of deploying the model in Myanmar. Her comprehensive field experience and her solid track record in sales and marketing are highly valuable to ensure the success of this new program.

Romain Joly

Romain leads the Vietnamese social enterprise, and is focused on adapting the model to the country’s context, and building a solid deployment plan. He brings in a strong experience of working with social entrepreneurs across the world, and a background in strategic consulting.