President : Gilbert Croteau retired biochemist and plants lover more specifically orchids passionate our president is in charge for the technical aspect of the expeditions. He is the one that will go in the mountains with the group; he is responsible for identifying orchid's species in the sanctuary. Another president's responsibility is to insure that local community understands that biodiversity is an asset for them and they should keep in mind the conservation of this richness. He will also teach how to protect and multiply plants that might have medical values. Finally he will contact Clubs, associations, and botanical garden in order to support education and information's exchanges on those plants. Almost done in 2004.
Vice-president:Claire-Diane Giraldeau. Claire-Diane has been CEO for Habitat for Humanity in Papua New-Guinea and in the province of Quebec. She is now based in the Fiji Islands where she works as a organizational culture change specialist. Having a graduated in marketing, she did a certificate in Organizational change and she recently completed a double Executive MBA UQAM-Paris Dauphine. Her responsibility will be to find and promote interesting sites for passionate peoples. She will also negotiate plane tickets, choose lodging, itineraries, and present the project to groups or clubs. The humanitarian aspects, the peoples needs, are also part of her responsibilities. For example do they needs water or houses? She will then look for funds to realize the projects.Visit her web site