Juliette is a Senior Associate for the French Programme focusing on Land Use in the region since November 2022. She is based in Paris.
Her role is to work with french stakeholders towards a sustainable agriculture and food system in France, so that France can also be a driving force for change in European negotiations, particularly in the framework of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
Before joining the ECF in November 2022, she worked as advocacy officer in WWF France, conducting campaigns and advocacy work to influence political decision in favour of the environment. Within that time, Juliette has also been a member of the Environmental, economical and social Council (CESE) as WWF’s representative, where she produced a resolution on the governance of the ecological transition. Before that, Juliette has worked as a consultant in public affairs.
Juliette studied political sciences. She holds a Master’s degree in European affairs from Sciences Po Grenoble and another in public affairs from Paris Dauphine University.
She is passionate about public policy as a driver of societal change. She also likes to go hiking in the mountains, on foot or on skis.