Ia graduate of the best French political Sciences School, Sciences Po (2000), the best French Business School, HEC (2004) and the university of Paris 5 in design thinking (2018), Carole has been an expert in digital transformation and innovation for over 15 years.
Passionate about digital, Carole is particularly interested in virtual reality and augmented reality, and more generally in all emerging technologies. Artificial intelligence, blockchain and 3D printing in particular.
Above all, it is the playful side of this new emerging technology, virtual reality, that fills her with wonder.
Carole applies her passion in the courses she teaches and in her role as mentor for start-ups and students. Carole is a mentor for the HEC Master's degree in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. This master has the particularity of being online on the Coursera platform. Carole is also a member of several juries, including Wilco Industrie (accelerator for the Ile-de-France region). She is also president of Mercure HEC, the HEC graduates' entrepreneurship showcase. Carole also devotes much of her time to supporting various players in the development of digital tools (in partnership with product studios) and more generally in their growth.
Carole almost systematically uses collaborative work methods to design and co-create with her clients. Facilitating collaborative work sessions and bringing projects to completion are the two types of assignments Carole prefers. Her preferred format for facilitation has long been the World Café, now superseded by the open forum. These are facilitation techniques that focus on trusting the group and individuals to find the real problems and the right solutions to them! And when it comes to projects, Carole leads methodological seminars in project mode, which she now has in her DNA, after more than 15 years of leading, contributing to and driving projects within the framework of ambitious strategies. Carole is a "doer". She likes things to move forward harmoniously with all the stakeholders on board.
Carole is particularly fond of Céline Minard and Sylvain Tesson for the quality of their writing and the audacity of their thinking. She is sensitive to abstract expressionism (Rothko, Pollock...) with serious challengers, the Pre-Raphaelites and symbolists (Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, Puvis de Chavannes...). His favourite museums are the Louis Vuitton Foundation and the Pompidou Museum in Paris, the Police Museum, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver as well as the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, the New Tate in London, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto and many others. Carole also enjoys reading, especially science fiction (Dune, The Robot Cycle, Dark, Sara...). Her two favourite theater directors are : Louise Doutreligne for her Don Juan d'Origine which she saw at 17 (several times) and Jean-François Sivadier for his King Lear and all those who followed.