After completing two MAs (one in Institutional Communication at Celsa – Paris La Sorbonne, the other one in Environmental policy at Sussex University), I worked for 15 years with NGOs, cultural institutions and public administration as a communication specialist, strategist and campaigner. I learnt a lot about the world, people and collective action during these years. I felt most alive when a person or a team reconnected with their potential and realised it - thus creating a movement, a new impulse or a shift for themselves and others.
I am in love with the world and its diversity. It gives me a lot of energy and inspiration. I particularly feel at home where cultures interact and rub their back against one another. I grew up in France, I studied in England, I lived and worked in Burkina Faso, Mali and India. I currently live in Switzerland with my family.
In 2012, I actively started training in NonViolent Communication (NVC), a process developed by Marshall Rosenberg, and it has become my red thread: creating a space beyond judgments where everything is welcome. My vision is to contribute to a world where each person finds his/her space.
In my past professional life, I sometimes felt limited by ‘old-style’ management and governance systems. I therefore became passionate about collective intelligence processes and I trained in sociocracy. I experience the combination of sociocracy and NVC as a powerful base to support paradigm shifts.
In 2004, I created with Delhi-based Magic Lantern Foundation (India) a documentary film festival called ‘Other Worlds are breathing’. We wanted to inspire people by showing them existing alternative ways of living together, collaborating, creating culture, running economic exchange and so on that all answered the question "In what world do we want to live in?". I stayed true to this call: I want to co-create, with you, multi-faceted emerging worlds.
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