[HOT] Eurosha project staffing

Robert Soden robert.soden at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 01:32:38 BST 2012

This sounds great.  Congrats to Seb and Sev.  Look forward to following the project!

On Oct 9, 2012, at 4:04 PM, nicolas chavent <nicolas.chavent at hotosm.org> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am writing to let you know about two decisions taken for the staffing of the EUROSHA project.
> Séverin Mernard has been hired for the EUROSHA Project Lead position for the next 6 months. Séverin is well known in HOT for his contributions to the work of the Team in Haiti since Feb 2011, and his recent work as Acting Project Director. This implies an heavy involvement in the EUROSHA project since its early stages. We believe that he is the right person to implement this important project for HOT.
> Sebastien Pierrel has been hired for the EUROSHA Project Field Coordinator position and will be deploying for HOT in Burundi this Fall for 3 weeks to complete the set up of a team of EUROSHA volunteers. Sebastien is an experienced OSM mapper with a strong IT background. He is working as a research engineer for Ericson and is a member of the Ericson Response Team. Sebastien has been working on the ground with HOT for more than 3 months as a volunteer the whole summer 2011 in Haiti. Prior to this experience, Sebastian had been volunteering with GroundTruth in the MapKibera project (slum mapping in Nairobi/Kenya). We are confident that Sebastien will successfully lead this deploy in Burundi
> I look forward to our continued work together.
> Please feel free to email me or reply on list if anyone has any question
> Best,
> Nico
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