Marie joined Digital Health Partnerships from its inception in 2016 after graduating from Sciences Po - Paris School of International Affairs, where she focused on social innovation, global health, and African studies. Her belief in collective intelligence for social impact led her to work for different organizations where these themes are vitally important, including the United Nations in New York and social enterprise start-ups in Paris.
Over the last five years, she has managed DHP’s day-to-day operations, while contributing to various consulting missions in digital health for developing countries.
A strong advocate of ecological and social transition, Marie regularly publishes articles championing these causes in magazines and on websites. She is equally passionate about philosophy, a field in which she is currently pursuing a master’s degree, writing her thesis on “Barriers to ecological action”.