Cécile Fara and Julie Marangé met on the first day of their Master’s degrees at Sciences Po. Together they founded Feminists of Paris, an organisation that offers walking tours and museum visits ‘through the lens of feminism and gender equality’ in Paris, Lyon, and Bordeaux. Cécile and Julie spoke to us about their entrepreneurial experiences with Feminists of Paris and how the history of feminism in France resonates today.More
A committed ecologist and graduate of Sciences Po in 2015, Tiphaine Guerout has channeled her entrepreneurial ambition towards an environmental cause. She is the founder of Koovee, a startup that offers an alternative to disposable plastic cutlery: forks and spoons made of biscuit, made in France, that have the particularity of being sufficiently resistant so that one can eat with them. Interview with a young graduate who hopes to flood the French and European markets in the years to come.
Mas Mahmud and Leen Youssef, former refugees and alumni of Sciences Po, transformed their experiences into a mission to help displaced persons while taking action to counter climate change. Interview.More
Aliénor Parmentier graduated from PSIA in 2017. The very next day, she created her own consulting agency for innovative, collaborative and sustainable projects. She participated in the creation of a zero waste café in Lorient, Code Ø, and is the head of communications and zero waste workshops there.More
Wesley Lainé graduated from the Sciences Po Law School in 2016. We caught up with him to talk about his remarkable academic and professional journey, from his first studies to what he is doing now.More
On 18 November 2019, the Sciences Po American Foundation celebrated its 10th anniversary at its annual gala in New York City with honoree Nicolas Sarkozy, former French President, and special guest Hala Gorani, Sciences Po alumna and correspondent at CNN International.More
Hugo Ribadeau Dumas graduated from the Sciences Po Urban School in the Governing the Large Metropolis master’s programme in 2013. He also obtained his bachelor’s degree at Sciences Po, which included an exchange year at Jamia Millia Islamia University, in India, where he took classes from a master’s programme in Journalism. We spoke to him on where he is now.More
A graduate of the Paris School of International Affairs' (PSIA) Master's in International Development (2016), Mathilde Thorel is today the co-director of the Makesense incubator, an organisation destined towards accelerating the growth and development of companies with a focus on social innovation or sustainable development. Having had her first experiences with social entrepreneurship during her time at Sciences Po, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, she is now heavily committed to the field. More