Community of Mentors

A unique network for our students

In order to facilitate the professional integration of its students, the School of Public Affairs has created a network of mentors consisting of about thirty members from the public and private sectors, in all fields of public affairs. 

During the 2nd year of the Master's programme, each EAP student is accompanied by a mentor who advises them on their professional project, supports them, facilitates contacts and opens up perspectives. 

These mentors, with remarkable professional backgrounds, also participate in the evaluation of the students' professional experience as members of the jury for the Grand Oral and actively participate in the career actions organised by EAP throughout the year.

The members of our network are:

  • Morgane Augé, Director of Public Affairs France, Orano
  • Claire Berger-Vachon, Advice, support and guidance for artists and cultural projects
  • Jennifer Bouaziz, Innovation Project Director, National Health Insurance Fund (CNAM, Caisse nationale d'assurance maladie)
  • Luc Bouniol-Laffont, Director of cultural programming and auditoriums, Musées d'Orsay et de l'Orangerie
  • Elsa ChantereauDirector of External Communications, L'Oréal

  • Fabien CharlonParliamentary assistant, Senate

  • Louis-Alexis Chenat, Managing Director of Chenat Conseil, an economic and financial consultancy firm for the public sector, and president of “Californian Bridge”
  • André Confiado, Sustainable development project manager, International relations expert
  • Hervé de la Chapelle, Partner, Government & Public Sector leader, EY
  • Dominique de Font-Réaulx, General Curator, Director of Mediation and Cultural Programming, Louvre Museum (Musée du Louvre)
  • Marie-Aline Derieux, Senior expert - market infrastructure monitoring, Banque de France
  • Sophie Dhenaux, Chief of Staff to the Mayor of Fresnes (France)
  • Patrick Devaux, HR and IE consultant
  • Marine Elgrichi, Founder and President of Mazagan, Public Affairs Consulting 
  • Domitille Fafin, Director of External Communications, L'Oréal
  • Guillaume Farde,  Partner FIDELIS et associés, Affiliate professor at the School of Public Affairs of Sciences Po
  • Ariane Forgues-Enaud, Parliamentary attaché, Vice President of the Association des Collaborateurs Progressistes, Founder of "Emplois politiques" and "Des Europe & Des Hommes"
  • Martin Fourdrignier, Project Manager for Interconnections and European Affairs at the Commission de régulation de l'énergie
  • Sonia Gorjup-Gatti, Director (Principal), Citizen Services, Capgemini Invent
  • Aïcha Koraïchi, Treasurer, Action Contre la Faim, International Relations Expert
  • Matthieu Lacaze, Senior Advisor Diawea, former Global Head of Commodity Derivatives Busines Development, BNP Paribas
  • Denis Lépée, General secretary, LOV Group
  • Fabienne Levilain, Public procurement control officer at the Purchasing and Public Ordering Division, Assemblée nationale
  • Patrick Martin-Genier, First advisor at the Paris administrative court and president of the court formation at the National Court of Asylum (CNDA)
  • François Mattens, Director of Public Affairs and Innovation, GICAT
  • Jean-Christophe Ménard, Lawyer, doctor of law and lecturer at Sciences Po Paris
  • Jacqueline Pacaud, Head of sector Education, Culture and Europe, European Commission
  • Philippe Perchoc, Conseiller thématique du Directeur Général au Service de Recherche du Parlement européen
  • Christine Pointereau, General Secretary DIHAL, Prime Minister's Services (Services du Premier ministre, France)
  • Brigitte Rischard, Director of the Careers Department, Alumni Sciences Po
  • Bernard Schmeltz, Former prefect of Essonne and Corsica, former prefect of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region, currently director general of the assembly of French departments
  • Louisa Stüewe, International Policy Manager,  Health Data Hub 
  • Pierre Verlyck, General Director, POP School
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