Deeply "Francoptimistic" and "Europtimistic", Thierry was elected President of the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce & Industry in June 2018, thus putting his international experience at the service of the attractiveness of Franco-British business relations.
He is a member of the Strategic Committees of Yotta Capital and Idate DigiWorld.
Very committed to health and the heart, since 2002, as President of Cisco France, he has accompanied Professor Christian Cabrol in favour of organ donation, participating for 10 years in "La Course du Coeur". In January 2019, he became the Managing Director of the French Federation of Cardiology, from which he went on to co-found the Endowment Fund "Agir pour le Coeur des Femmes - Women's Cardiovascular Healthcare Foundation" with Professor Claire Mounier-Vehier.
Knight in the Ordre National du Mérite, he is a graduate of EAD Paris and Stanford University in the United States.
She was appointed Vice-President of the Franco-British Chamber in 2015, in charge of finance, where she brings her knowledge and experience to the Chamber's development and growth.
With more than 25 years of business management experience at BT (formerly British Telecom), Deutsch Telekom, Siris and AT&T, Olivier has built up a solid experience of the digital world and its multiple implications on all sectors of the economy.
Anglophile and deeply European Michel was President of the Franco-British Chamber in 2005 and 2010, of which he is currently Vice-President. In 2005 he was also appointed Chairman of the Hertford British Hospital Charity in Levallois-Perret (92), and was made a Knight of the Franco-British Chamber in 2019.
At the same time, Marie-Alix supports growing start-ups. She has taught at ESCP Europe and the University of Paris-Dauphine.
From 2009, he held various positions within the energy company GDF SUEZ, which became ENGIE, until he became a member of the Executive Committee in charge of European and International Relations.
Denis Simonneau is also President of EUROPANOVA, a French NGO specialized in European issues.
Sterne's actions enable Business Units to be certified according to ISO 9001 - ISO 14001 - ISO 13485 and soon under other standards.
Thier interventions structure the achievement of thier CSR and ESG objectives by deploying third party assessments with Ecovadis.
Catherine previously held positions in a Special Products Export Department of the Elf Atochem-Ceca group. She is also a board member for the Fondation Franco-Britannique de la Colony de Sillery.