Board members

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.


Chantal Iffland


Chantal Iffland is a lawyer who worked at KPMG Fides at the beginning of her career, then joined the Claim Resolution Tribunal for dormant accounts in Switzerland, based in Zurich, where she worked as a legal secretary and later as Resident Claim Judge. She then specialized in taxation within the Vaud tax administration and is currently working as a tax consultant for a fiduciary firm active mainly in tax consulting for individuals and SMEs.

Carmen Fankhauser

Multicultural and multilingual, Carmen has 25 years of national and international experience in business & sustainable development, corporate communications and marketing across industries, including economic promotion, air navigation services, automotive, IT and banking. Quick on her feet with a positive attitude she is engaged and committed to support the Swiss economy and society in accompanying their ecological and social transition. She is also a board member of the B Lab Switzerland foundation and president of the NGO Nicefuture. Since 2011 she is involved in politics as a local councilor in St-Sulpice (president 2021-22) – member of the sustainable development commission and co-founder of the communal agreement party.

Aurélie Charlet

Aurélie Charlet holds a federal diploma in public relations. She trained in corporate communications in multinationals, banks and private foundations, before working as a consultant in an independent communications agency in Geneva. For 10 years, she advised prestigious clients in their image and reputation issues, in sectors as varied as aviation, philanthropy, culture and health. Today, she continues to advise companies and individuals as a freelance consultant.

Marie Fegbo-Berney

Graduate of the Universities of Geneva and Zurich, Marie Flegbo-Berney is an attorney-at-law at the Geneva Bar, and holds an LL.M. from Fordham University (NY). With more than 15 years of experience, she specializes in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, as well as in the philanthropy sector. She regularly advises non-profit foundations and associations based in Switzerland. She is also a member of the board of directors of several companies in Geneva, as well as of a foundation board. Marie joined 1001 Fontaines Suisse as a member of the executive committee in 2019.

Christian Bréthaut

Prof Christian Bréthaut holds a PhD in Geosciences and Environment from the University of Lausanne. He is the scientific Director of the Geneva Water Hub and co-leads the UNESCO Chair on hydropolitics. His area of expertise is the analysis of water policies and the issues associated with the management of cross border rivers. Prof Bréthaut’s particular focus within the domain of water management is the capacity of institutions to adapt, the water-food-energy-ecosystems Nexus and the exploration of the link between science and policy.