Team

The Campus for Transition is a non-profit organization under French Law incorporated on December 21, 2017 and registered in January 2018. The team consists of about twenty volunteers and very involved members, as well as a wider circle of members lending valuable ad hoc support.

The Bureau

Cécile Renouard
President
Frédéric Baule
Vice-President
Agnes Rochefort-Turquin
General Secretary
Benoit Quittre
Treasurer
Gilles Lhuilier
Scientific Adviser

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Executive Board

Swann Bommier
Max de  Chanterac 
Matthieu Dardaillon
Cécile Ezvan
Philippine Huc
Antoine Rieu

           

 

 

 

 

 

 


Active members 

Hélène Bardou
Care of the Domain of Forges
Emeline Baudet
Accommodation
Xavier de Benazé
Bio-regional economy
Pierre-Jean Cottalorda
Academic Formations
Baptiste Jorant
T-Camp program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Antoine Gonthier       T-Camp program
Alexandra de Lamothe
Financial department
Xavier Ricard
Rencontres de Forges
Thomas Rochefort
 Building & Energy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Other members of the Campus for Transition

Marie-Laure Boursat

A graduate of ESCP-Europe, Marie-Laure worked successively, for 20 years, in financial, Marketing and then editorial management roles within the Bayard Group. She cofounded in 2015 an association that has since been working for equal opportunities in the preparation for entry exams in POST-BAC schools in France (business schools, Sciences Po).

Jean-Marc Camelin

Engineer graduating from TélécomParisTech in 1988, Jean-Marc is a professor in the Leadership and Engineer Department of Centrale Supélec. He is responsible for the curriculum “ethics and responsibility of the engineer” and the project cluster “agile, social, innovative, Ethical and responsible economies”. He also teaches soft skills at the Beijing Central School and supervises project-based teaching.

In parallel, he has 30 years of experience, in particular at Accenture and then in A. T. Kearney, then with the creation in 2007 of an independent structure of advice and coaching for executives.

Marion Cohen

A graduate of Sciences Po Paris in 2003, after 3 years in the Association of Environmental Education Terragir, Marion worked for almost 10 years as scientific and technical director of the Fondation pour la Nature et l’Homme. In 2017, she founded the company MC2 to support organizations on their ecological transition pathway. She takes care of the General Secretariat of the Chair Energy and Prosperity devoted to the link between energy and economy.

Raffi Duymedjian

Raffi is an associate professor at Grenoble School of Management. His research is in two areas: on the one hand a theory of DIY observed from different angles (incremental innovation, managerial tinkering, DIY in the cultural industries); on the other hand, a more holistic approach around the idea of a scarce economy and creativity. As a member of the Mindfulness chair, well-being at work and economic peace, he reflects on the link between our relationship to resources and economic peace.

Gaël Giraud

Gaël is chief economist and executive director of the French Development Agency’s Innovation, Research and Knowledge Directorate since January 2015.

He graduated from the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, the ENSAE and the CORE (Centre for Operats Research and Econometrics) in Louvain-la-Neuve, and obtained his doctorate at the Laboratoire d’Econometrie de l’Ecole Polytechnique de Paris in 1998. Specializing in alternative development measures, general equilibrium theory, game theory, finance and energy issues, Gaël is a research director at the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the University of Paris Economic Center 1-Sorbonne (CES).

As part of the CODEV research programme (ESSEC), he conducted several surveys (Nigeria, Indonesia, India…) devoted to the construction of an index measuring the quality of the social link, considered an indicator of the quality of Development. He is the coordinator of the “Riskergy” research team on energy and sovereign debt resilience, as well as a member of the Scientific Committee of the “laboratory of excellence” devoted to financial regulation (LabEx Refi). He was a member of the Committee of Experts on Energy transition with the French Government. He was a member of the Stern-Stiglitz international Commission on carbon pricing in 2017. He leads the chair Energy and Prosperity supported by Ecole Normale Supérieure, Ecole polytechnique, ENSAE and Institut Louis Bachelor. He is also a member of the European NGO Finance Watch and of the Fondation Pour la Nature et l’Homme (FNH).

Alain Grandjean

A graduate of the Ecole polytechnique, Ensae, and Doctor of Environmental economics, Alain is co-founder and associate of Carbon 4, a consulting firm in Climate Strategy. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Fondation Pour la Nature et l’Homme and of the Economic Council for Sustainable Development within the Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition.

In 2013, he chaired the Committee of Experts on the national debate on energy Transition. In June 2015, he presented the report with Pascal Canfin to the President of the Republic on “mobilizing climate financing – a roadmap to finance a decarbonized economy”.  In June 2016 he presented with Gérard Mestrallet and Pascal Canfin to the president of the COP21 a report for carbon prices aligned with the Paris Agreement.

Co-author of several books on the ecological transition he created and leads the “chronicles of the Anthropocene” blog: http://alaingrandjean.fr/

Patricia Langohr

Patricia has a master’s degree in Applied Economics from the Université Paris-Dauphine, a Diplom Volkswirtschafslehre (public economy) from the Humboldt Universität Berlin, and a PhD in managerial economics and strategy from Northwestern University. After working as a researcher at the Bureau of Labor statistics, Patricia has been a professor in the economics department at ESSEC for ten years. She specializes in industrial economics, particularly in financial services and the regulation of financial rating agencies. At present, she is interested in interdisciplinary humanist approaches to the economy in order to inform the actual contributions of the economy and reorder its aims. She teaches in many ESSEC programs (doctoral, GMBA, executive, BBA and Grande Ecole) and coordinates the seminar ‘ Understanding and changing the world ‘.

Laurence Loubières 

A nun “Xavière”, Laurence has been living in Canada since 2007. After a business training (ESSEC), she worked for more than 15 years in the field of responsible investments, first in a financial company, then in an international research and rating agency (Sustainalytics). Since January 2018, she has joined the Jesuit Forum for social Faith and Justice, which is the social branch of the English-Canadian Jesuits, as associate Director. The Jesuit Forum’s mission is to promote social and environmental justice through spiritual conversation and community discernment.

She contributed to two books: Is our way of life sustainable? New Horizon of responsibility, Ed. Karthala, 2006 and 20 proposals to reform capitalism, ED. Flammarion, 2009.

Mireille Martini

Mireille is a consultant, teacher and author who specializes in issues related to the financing of the energy and ecological Transition. After an international career in business banking, she was a corporate finance trainer, then Rapporteur of the Canfin-Grandjean COP21 Commission on the financing of the Transition.

Mireille is co-author with Alain Grandjean of Financing the energy transition (Atelier – 2016) and of a AFD-ENS MOOC on this subject with Alain Grandjean and Gael Giraud.

Martin Serralta

Prospectivist of organizational models and facilitator, in the way of the fools of the King of the Middle Ages, he guides organizations by asking questions that disturb and proposes alternative ways for teams to achieve their ambitions. After working 17 years at Danone in various capacities, he devoted a sabbatical year to transforming the Andean food aid Association. He recently joined the Institute of Desirable Futures to continue his foresight work on organizational transformations.

Dominique Steiler

A PhD in management from the University of Newcastle, Dominique is a senior professor at Grenoble School of Management. He devoted his research to personal and managerial transformation, stress management, well-being and their relationship to performance. A former pilot officer in the naval aeronautics industry, he applied a pragmatic and humanistic operational and relational approach. Formerly an Olympic team coach, he coaches managers in France and abroad. In 2012, he created the research and teaching chair “Mindfulness, well-being at work and economic peace”. He is also a research fellow at the Princeton CTI.