J'aime aller à 100 à l'heure. Je suis Maman (poule) d'un petit Felix et la femme de mon amoureux, Mike. En parallèle de cette vie que je chéris, je suis host de plusieurs podcasts et aide les entreprises à créer le leur. Mon boulot à temps plein c'est au MIT que je le fais, au sein du département d'Open Learning où je dirige les opérations d'une équipe. J'aime être occupée, j'aime quand ça pullule d'idées, j'aime avoir plein de projets et par dessus tout, partager mes passions.
French born and coming from Brittany, I have a passion for travels. I traveled a lot for business as well as with my friends and family. In 2016, my passion for travels lead me to cofound Jack and Ferdi, a PBC developing the first ever bleisure mobile app for travelers with a social soul. I am an expert in bleisure travel and speak as well as write about it all around the country. Our app was launched on the AppStore in December 2018.
If my baby boy (also born in December 2018) and my company keep me busy, I also am a columnist for Biotine, the weekly science show of Graf'Hit, a French radio station. In there, I speak about inventions and innovations of the world, one region at the time. I also am a founding board member of French Tech Boston, and co-manage social media and website. Another passion of mine is cooking and this led me to start training on my own time to earn the cook degree. Wish me luck!
Prior to all these, I created the North American division of AMA (Ubisoft branch), established it in Cambridge, MA and dedicated myself to its success until the Fall 2017. I held the position of Executive Director.
I graduated from UTC (France) as an engineer with a double major in biomechanics and scientific communication. I pursued my education at the State University of New York (SUNY) in Buffalo, NY with a focus on cardiac regeneration and biomedical engineering. I was the first woman to graduate from the Biomedical Engineering department of the Graduate School.
For several years, I hosted a radio show I co-created "Les Echos de l’Innovation" and aiming to publicize science to the greater public and debate about the latest innovations and their impact on society, creating a communication channel for experts from various horizons (from academics to Nobel Prize recipients).
I worked in R&D in the field of regenerative medicine successively with L’Oréal and INSERM (aka French NIH) in Paris, before joining Olea Medical in Boston, where I worked as a research and applications engineer on stroke and tumor imaging.
Dual citizen (French and American), I love traveling and exploring. I never miss an opportunity to explore and particularly love being near/on/in the water – whether it is on a catamaran, with my snorkel or scuba gear.
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