Jérôme est un créateur d'entreprises qui n'hésite pas à s'investir dans différents domaines. Il est trésorier du think tank Renaissance Numérique qui regroupe les principaux universitaires et dirigeants de l’internet français pour réfléchir sur la transformation de la société à l’ère du numérique. Dans son livre « Entreprendre avec sa différence », co-écrit avec Patrick Blanchet, il aborde les valeurs qui lui ont permis de créer sa première entreprise et de surmonter son handicap. Après deux créations dans le secteur IT, Jérôme a fondé en 2010 avec Guillaume Buffet la société JCPMY, qui développe le programme vidéos « J’en crois pas mes yeux ». Leur crédo : l’humour pour faire évoluer nos comportements et mieux communiquer quelles que soient nos différences. Diffusées au sein des entreprises partenaires, les séries JCPMY ont également été diffusées sur W9 et vues + de 2 million de fois sur le Net.
Jérôme est diplômé de Sciences-Po et de l’ESSEC. www.jeromeadam.com
Avocat au Barreau de Paris depuis 1993 et spécialiste en droit social, Emmanuelle Barbara a créé le département droit social du cabinet August & Debouzy qui compte une trentaine d’avocats, dont 7 associés. Elle est également l’associé-Gérant du cabinet depuis 2001. En une quinzaine d’années, son département s’est hissé au premier rang des conseils en matière de droit social et est reconnu aujourd’hui comme incontournable par la plupart des classements nationaux et internationaux. Emmanuelle Barbara a reçu en 2012 le prix « Lawyer of the year » par la revue Best Lawyer. En parallèle de son activité de conseil, elle enseigne auprès du Master II de juriste en droit social à l'université de Paris-I et enseignera à l’Ecole du Droit de Sciences-Po Paris à compter de septembre 2015. Elle participe activement aux débats et réflexions sur l’évolution du droit social en France et de ses enjeux pour les entreprises notamment auprès du MEDEF (Membre du bureau de la commission Protection Sociale), au travers de communications scientifiques et de son implication au sein de Think Tanks parmi lesquels, Le Club des Juristes, l’Institut de l’Entreprise. Elle est membre du Comité Directeur de l’Institut Montaigne, et depuis 2007, membre du conseil d’administration de l’ACOSS (Agence Centrale des Organismes de Sécurité Sociale) en qualité de personnalité qualifiée.
Jean-Michel Blanquer has been the Managing Director and Dean of the ESSEC Group since July 1st 2013. A Doctor in Law from University Paris II and with a senior teaching degree in civil law, he is also the holder of a PGD in philosophy and a Master’s in political studies obtained at IEP de Paris. He was additionally Special student at Harvard University. Mr Blanquer has occupied several posts of administrative and scientific responsibility in the field of state education and higher education. Senior lecturer in Public Law at the University of Tours (1994-1996), professor in public law at the Institut d’études politiques de Lille then University of Lille 2 (1996-1998), he became the Director of the Institut des hautes études de l’Amérique latine in 1998 at University Paris 3. He occupied this post until 2004, when he was then named Chief Education Officer for French Guyana. In October 2006, he became deputy director of the Office of the French Ministry for State Education, Higher Education and Research.
He was Chief Education Officer for Créteil between 2007 and 2009 and became Director General of School Education from 2009 to 2012. He has also been the President of the Institut des Amériques since 2004. He is the author of numerous works and articles on constitutional law, the theory of law, education and Latin America as well as non-academic works. Jean-Michel Blanquer is 48 and holder of the following state honours: Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur, Chevalier de l'Ordre national du Mérite and Commandeur des Palmes académiques.
Charles CHO is a professor of social and environmental accounting at ESSEC and Director of the Centre of Excellence for Management and Society
and is the holder of a PhD in Business Administration (specialised in accounting) from UCF (University of Central Florida). Upon graduation, he joined the teaching staff of Concordia University Montreal before coming to ESSEC in June 2011. His research deals with the following fields: Accounting, Social and Environmental Reporting, CSR, and Accounting and Public Interests
. He is the author of numerous articles appearing in various arbitrated and specialised scientific journals such as Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal; Accounting, Organizations and Society; Critical Perspectives on Accounting; European Accounting Review, and Journal of Business Ethics. Lastly, he delivers mandatory and optional accounting courses for undergraduates, the Grande École and PhD students, but he has also proposes courses on Sustainable Development/CSR and Corporate Ethics which compose the (EMS) executive education programmes and the Grand École.
CHOUAI Benjamin / EPSTEIN Fabrice
Avocats à la Cour and former Secrétaires de la Conférence des avocats du barreau de Paris, Benjamin Chouai and Fabrice Epstein (ESSEC graduates) intervene in consulting as well as in commercial and penal law. After having worked in different Anglo-American and French companies, they founded the law firm Saul Associates, an independent firm that offers consulting services and handles litigations, which proposes a very modern approach to the practice of law centred around entrepreneurship. The chartered accountant Davy Rouas, and the entrepreneur Jonathan Siboni (an ESSEC graduate and the CEO of Luxurynsight, an economics intelligence platform dedicated to the luxury sector) joined them early on in this ambitious project..
Pierre CLAUSE is the Associate Director of Nextcreativity, a creativity consultancy and training agency at the service of organizations. His path led him from ESSEC (class of 1982) to financial auditing, and later to operational and functional management positions in leading French and international groups (NICOLAS, AGA, LINDE). Today, he combines the experience he acquired over the last 25 years as Managing Director in a wide range of industries with an expertise in mind mapping and creativity. Pierre Clause leads his training and consulting activities in both French and English, for companies, regional authorities or associations, in many contexts. He also teaches at several Grandes Ecoles, including the ESSEC Group. He co-authored two workbooks published by ESF with his Nextcreativity associates (Collection Management/Professional Efficiency): Evacuate your stress and cultivate your creativity.
A graduate in engineering, Chantal Dardelet worked for many years in industrial R&D before choosing to work in social and community economics. An elected member of the town council since 2002, she has in-depth knowledge of the populations and issues of the area, notably youth, success in education and education in the wider sense. This double experience led her to join ESSEC in 2004 in what was to become the Institute of Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship at ESSEC (ESSEC IIES) and to develop the recently launched equal opportunities programme “Une grande école: pourquoi pas moi ? (PQPM)?”. She successfully led it from 20 beneficiaries to 1,450 today for ESSEC and will contribute to the launching of the initiative on a national level which currently concerns 80,000 beneficiaries.
She is currently Executive Director of ESSEC IIES and Head of the ESSEC Equal Opportunities Department which counts a dozen people and sponsors the School’s equal opportunities programmes.
Since 2005, she has also coordinated the “social equality” group at the Conference of grandes écoles in liaison with State Bodies. She was reporter for the “White Paper on Social Equality in French grandes écoles”, handed over to the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research in December 2010 and available for consultation at the French public publishing service, la Documentation Française.
Chantal Dardelet is the holder of the French national honour, the Chevalier de l'Ordre national du Mérite.
DE BEAUFORT Viviane
Viviane de Beaufort has a PhD in European Union Law, Paris I - La Sorbonne. She also has a PGD in Political sciences and law
, Paris X and is a graduate of the European Centre of Economic Studies, University Paris I - La Sorbonne, Jean Monnet Chair. She publishes work on European public governance, the institutional process and lobbying, and participates in several political think tanks. An expert in European business law (competition, mergers, corporate law and corporate governance, CSR, takeover and acquisitions, common policies (trade-industry-company), she co-directs the European Centre of Law and Economics (www.cede-essec.fr).
Founder of the WOMEN-ESSEC programmes Entreprendre au Féminin, Women be European board ready and Femmes et Talents, she undertakes work on gender issues within the framework of a long history of involvement in the Women's Forum and feminine networks.
She is an active member of numerous think tanks and networks on the following issues: Europe and competitiveness, European and compared corporate governance, European public affairs and lobbying, Women. Viviane de Beaufort is holder of the French national honour Chevalier de l'Ordre national du Mérite.
Avec un solide parcours dans la mise en place de stratégies de développement durable des territoires et accompagnement des personnes en situation de handicap dans des univers différents toujours sources de savoir faire et savoir être, je travaille depuis Octobre 2014, avec notre réseau de collaborateurs en interne et partenariats entreprise, au sein du CEMAS (Centre d'Excellence Management et Société) RSE@ESSEC et plus particulièrement à la Mission Handi-capacités ESSEC pour l'insertion des personnes en situation de handicap en tant qu'étudiants en formation initiale, participants en formation permanente, professeurs, collaborateurs. Des missions diversifiées transversales, passionnantes de l'accompagnement individuel à la mise en lumière de talents, de la recherche de partenariats financiers à l'attribution de bourses ..
Arthur Gautier is Executive Director of the Chair of Philanthropy and a researcher at ESSEC Business School. He gained a PhD in Management sciences from the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers de Paris (2009) and is a graduate of Ecole supérieure des sciences commerciales d’Angers (2005). His research fields include philanthropy and patronage, institutional change, business ethics and political philosophy. He is the author of several works in this field.
He was previously in charge of the publications and events department at Admical, the crossroads of corporate patronage, and a consultant in cultural project management.
Oren Ginzburg is heading the Grant Management Support Department at the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria. He spent a large part of his career working in South East Asia in the areas of child-protection and the fight against human trafficking. Oren is an ESCP graduate and holds Master Degrees in Law and Psychology. He is a certified Executive Coach and Mediator.
Since September 2014, Agnès Kerecki has been the CSR Manager (ESSEC Corporate Social Responsibility) and associate Director of the ESSEC Centre of Excellence in Management and Society
. A graduate of ESSEC, Agnès has had a career path in the fields of training and has held various posts: co-pilot for the ESSEC for the Common Good 2013 initiative, co-founder of the Mission Handi-Capacités in 2008, Deputy Director for ESSEC Corporate Partnerships and Development, Head of EPSCI Student/Company Relations (today ESSEC BBA) and Director of the IHEE (Institut des Hautes Etudes de l’Entreprise) at the Institut de l’Entreprise. Agnès is also the co-manager of the Compétences de la Commission Développement Durable CGE-CPU group (Conference of Grandes Ecoles – Conference of University Deans). She supports the ESSEC Foundation, particularly in the area of Grants.
Chea Lun is Director of the Solidary Source program at L'Oréal. Chea is a chemical engineer and Doctor in Pharmacy. She has a polyvalent and international profile. She went through the industrial management of La Roche-Posay in France, before taking the head of the group's operations in Asia and participating in the construction of the first factory Maybelline in China. Back in France, she is responsible for the new project to establish a system of "solidarity sourcing" Today, more than 120 projects of "solidarity sourcing" have been set up by L'Oréal in more the 47 countries.
Edouard-Malo Henry joined Societe Generale’s Inspection Department in 1984. In 1995, he was appointed Deputy Country Head of the Societe Generale Corporate & Investment (SG CIB) branch in Australia. He became Global Head of Audit for SG CIB in 2000. From 2002 to 2004, he was Chief Operating Officer for the Coverage and Investment Banking division, then Chief Country Officer for SG CIB in Canada from 2004 to 2009. In 2009, he became Head of Energy and Environment and Deputy Head of Client Relationship Management. He was appointed Head of the Group Inspection and Audit Division in January 2010. Edouard-Malo Henry has been Group Head of Human Resources since July 2012.
Lelio Marmora is the Executive Director of UNITAID, and the former Head of Africa at the Global Fund. He is a qualified Lawyer (JD-LLM,International Law) and holds a DESS in International Administration from the Sorbonne. Lelio has worked – among other organizations – at the World Bank, UNESCO, and the Inter-American Development Bank. Together with Oren Ginzburg, he has been teaching an annual seminar on management at the ESSEC for the last four years.
Sandrine Plançon est coordinatrice de projets environnement, biodiversité et communication au sein de l'équipe RSE ESSEC. Depuis 1999 à l’ESSEC, Sandrine a travaillé pour la chaire vente et stratégie marketing, le Career Services, la chaire internationale de marketing sportif et est aujourd’hui coordinatrice adminitrative des chaires et instituts. Elle a assuré deux mandats au comité d’entreprise (trésorière et secrétaire). « Enfant » du Vexin et passionnée d’horticulture et de la nature en général, Sandrine est engagée dans les projets développement durable à l’ESSEC depuis 2009.
Thierry Sibieude is a tenured ESSEC professor for the Chair of Social Entrepreneurship, co-Director of the Institute of Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, founder of the association la Clé pour l'autisme (The Key for Autism) and a member of the Scientific Council, administrator for the FEGAPEI, administrator for the Red Cross, Vice-president of the Val d’Oise County Council in charge of handicapped persons and equal opportunities, and President-delegate of the MDPH (Maison départementale des Personnes Handicapées).
After 10 years spent in corporate life and occupying various business unit managerial posts for the Compagnie Générale des Eaux (today Veolia Eau), then as Director for the promotion and broadcasting of LA CINQ (member of the Management Committee), Thierry SIBIEUDE became a professor in 1992 at IGIA (Catholic Institute of Paris) then, from 1996, within the ESSEC Group.
He is particularly interested in social enterprise start-ups, CSR, contribution to sustainable development notably in the field of social economics, as well as public-private partnerships in urban services management. He has led numerous consulting and survey assignments and published various works and papers.
Junko Takagi is teaching Professor in Management and holds the Leadership and Diversity Chair of ESSEC Business School. Her interests are centered around the theme of diversity in particular, cultural identity and gender diversity. Junko Takagi has published articles in international journals and works with companies on the subject of diversity. Founded in 2007 and supported by L'Oreal, the Leadership and Diversity ESSEC Chair is a think tank which promotes exchanges between professors and researchers, business leaders and students in order to develop innovative perspectives and new approaches to leadership and diversity through the creation and diffusion of knowledge, skills and attitudes.
Julie Verlingue is a leader of McKinsey’s global Corporate and Investment Banking Practice with a focus on front-office excellence in capital markets. She helps clients with strategy, organization, and operational excellence in Europe and North Africa. She also leads a major research effort on excellence in client management practices (CRM, client tiering, account planning etc.) in the industry. Julie has deep experience in supporting banks and insurance companies through sales force transformation programs and client management processes, with a range of expertise that includes management transformation, change management, coaching, and capability building with teams and managers in sophisticated workforces. In addition, Julie also leads McKinsey's internal Women Initiative in France, which focuses on gender diversity within the workplace and development opportunities for women. She also leads recruitment for the Paris office. Julie Verlingue graduated in management from ESSEC business school and from l'Institut d'études politiques de Strasbourg.