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The Team

About Us

Young, cheerful and determined, we want Welcomango to become real because we would be the first to use it. Travelers, explorers and discoverers, we are the brain and the hands of this project. Join us in the venture. 



Born in Lyon, France, Eliot has a double background in Political Science and IT. Fond of music and a musician himself, , he uses his artistic skills in photography and design. During his free time, he can floor you in badminton. Who said nobody is perfect? He lived in Taiwan, Brussels, Geneva, and the US, worked for web agencies and International Organizations for some time before deciding to forge his own way. Leading the Welcomango project, he manages a wide range of aspects of the project from development to management and social outreach. 



Born in Lyon, Jean-Baptiste made his way in the web development field with his own teeth! Not only typing on his keyboard he loves hitting things that make sound (Especially brazilians ones, ever heard of Batucada?). JB is the lead developper and is making magic with his computer to support this cute little website. Any tech question? He's the one!


Born in Besançon (France) in 1987, Matthieu holds a BA degree in Communication studies and a MA degree in Human Rights. He began to travel during his studies doing a communication internship in Canada before going to the Netherlands for a year with the Erasmus exchange programme. In 2010, Matthieu volunteered in Burkina Faso for a year where he decided to give a new perspective to his career. He was selected to be part of the Erasmus Mundus Human Rights Practice MA programme run as a joint partnership between Gothenburg University (Sweden), Roehampton University (UK) and Tromsø University (Norway). This programme gave him the opportunity to have some professional experience in the UK, Norway and Denmark. He is in charge of the communication aspect of the project, definitely the coolest guy you'll have the chance to meet. If you ignore the fact he supports a forgotten french foot team called FCSM.

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