Where were you born? In Albertville, France (last Olympics to be hosted in France 😉 )
Describe yourself in three words: Passionate, ambitious and hard-worker
Which social media platform do you go to first?
Linkedin as I am constantly seeking new opportunities.
When did you first know you wanted to work in sport?
I have to say that sport is in my blood, since we are (still) very proud of the 1992 Olympics! But in 2012 I went to my first major event which was the first edition of the Winter Youth Olympics in Innsbruck, and this where I fell in love with the atmosphere of international sport events!
What’s your dream job?
Working in the volunteer management or NOC relations departments of the Paris 2024 LOC.
What’s your greatest fear?
Global warming, and the world that we are going to leave to the next generations.
You are given the power to make one change to the Olympics, what would it be?
I wish the Olympic and Paralympic Games were one event! The Paralympics have always been after the Olympics, and beyond the logistic challenges it would arise, I think mixing the two events would be beneficial to both of them.
What mistakes do sports make when they target people like you?
They do not put women forward enough: girls need to have women role-models, and sports can provide that, not only with sportswomen, but also coaches and staff!