I completed a Master of Science in Political Economy of Europe in 2017/2018 at the LSE's European Institute. It was an incredible opportunity to have qualitative deep dives on the economic policy-making process and heavy trends within the EU, and a fun year people-wise gathering students with a wide array of backgrounds and ambitions. Generally speaking the LSE experience allows people to learn a lot in a stimulating environment, globally recognized for the quality of its classes.
Following my time at the European Institute I joined the French Treasury as an Economic Counsellor, and was sent to Tallinn in Estonia to head the Economic Service of the French Embassy there. For three and a half years I joined Microsoft's government affairs teams, and currently work as a Senior Manager in the company's UN Affairs and International Organizations team. In this current position I represent Microsoft in international tech policy discussions. I’m driving Microsoft’s policy agenda with international organisation’s (OECD, UN, WEF etc), with a particular focus on Artificial Intelligence.