Board of Directors

The Board of Directors (BOD) consists of individuals representing their national federation. The members are elected during the General Assembly. The BOD meets annually in changing locations all around Europe.

The Board is lead by a President and up to four Vice Presidents, one of them is the Senior Vice President. They are supported by a Secretary General and a Secretariat. All other members are called ‘Directors’.

Members

President:

Dr. Detlev Mohr (Germany, president@ilseurope.org)

Vice President North:

Eric Bech (Denmark)

Vice President East:

Dr. Todor Popov (Bulgaria)

Vice President South:

Isabel Garcia (Spain)

Vice President West:

John Martin (Great Britain)

Secretary General:

Joachim Kellermeier (Germany, gensec@ilseurope.org)

Further Members (in alphabetical order):

  • Klaus Längle (Austria)
  • Luc Landrain (Belgium)
  • Robert Markt (Croatia)
  • Polys Pallikaros (Cyprus)
  • Kristiina Heinonen (Finland)
  • Jean Pierre Soubiran (France)
  • Martin O’Sullivan (Ireland)
  • Dr. Giorgio Quintavalle (Italy)
  • Sonja Robben (Netherlands)
  • Claire Ann P. Alfonso (Norway)
  • Piotr Synoviecz (Poland)
  • Dr. Sanja Mazic MD (Serbia)
  • Karin Brand (Sweden)
  • Boris Donda (Switzerland)

  • Honorary Life-President Dr. Klaus Wilkens (Germany)
  • Honorary Life-Member Frank Nolan (Ireland)
  • Honorary Life-Member Prof. Stoyan K. Saev (Bulgaria) † August 11th, 2015

Secretariat:

History

Board of Directors Meeting were held at the following locations:

  • 1994: Cardiff/Wales, United Kingdom
  • 1995: Frankfurt/Main, Germany
  • 1996: Bergen, Norway
  • 1997: Venice, Italy (May)
  • 1997: Bad Nenndorf, Germany (November)
  • 1998: Vienna, Austria
  • 1999: Cork, Ireland
  • 2000: Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands
  • 2001: Cavtat, Croatia
  • 2002: Budapest, Hungary
  • 2003: Paralimni, Cyprus
  • 2003: Notwil, Switzerland
  • 2004: Waterford, Ireland
  • 2005: Lübeck-Travemünde, Germany
  • 2006: Patras, Greece
  • 2007: Belgrade, Serbia
  • 2008: Cavtat-Dubrovnik, Croatia
  • 2008: Berlin, Germany
  • 2009: Paralimni, Cyprus
  • 2010: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2011: Dublin, Ireland
  • 2012: Krakow, Poland
  • 2012: Bad Nenndorf, Germany
  • 2013: Sibenik, Croatia
  • 2014: Vienna, Austria
  • 2015: Agya Napa, Cyprus
  • 2016: Lucerne, Switzerland
  • 2016: Oropesa del Mar, Spain
  • 2017: Malaga, Spain
  • 2018: Lisbon, Portugal