On December 27, Jacques Delors, former president of the...
Nathalie Barthes is a civil servant and policy advisor. In 2002, Nathalie dedicated her career to European Union public affairs as a parlementarian assistant and programme manager of a European think tank. In 2006, she founded the online media outlet Euractiv France and was appointed as its executive director. From 2012 to 2019, Nathalie held various positions within the French Government, first as advisor in charge of relations with the European Parliament and civil society at the Office of the Minister in charge of European Affairs, then as head of the Directorate for Parliamentary relations at the General Secretariat of European Affairs to the Prime Minister, and finally as adviser in charge of European affairs at the Cabinet of the Minister for the ecological and solidarity transition. In June 2022, she was elected as Chairwoman of the French Sustainable Investment Forum. Nathalie was born in 1975 and studied at the Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva) and the Paris Dauphine University in economics.
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