The staff of the head office in Brussels is a small but efficient team which focuses its efforts on representing the interests of the European Historic Houses.
Portrait of Count Rodolphe de Looz-Corswarem
Born in Belgium, Count Rodolphe de Looz-Corswarem started up at the age of 26 by setting up its own family SME. For 25 years, he has worked as an association management CEO representing major industrial confederation in Europe and international organisations. For 5 years now he has been appointed as President of several European organisations dedicated to the safeguarding of the European cultural heritage; but he is also member of the board of many organisations such as a medical research foundation, rural SMEs interests, international business representations, etc. He studied language and economics in Cambridge and completed an MBA at HEC Paris.
Rodolphe de Looz-Corswarem is now taking up a new challenge: the Presidency of the European Historic Houses Association.
Delphine Dupeux has been working for for the European Historic Houses Association since 2009. She also works for ELO as a Policy Officer in European Affairs. Prior to joining the European Historic Houses, she worked for one year to the United Nation in Geneva. She studied International and European law at the University of Nijmegen in the Netherland and at the Sorbonne University in Paris.