She was born by the ocean, dreaming of far away destinations and slow travels.
By a frozen night in New-Zealand, wandering in the city, she realised how responsible she was for the destiny of her land back home. Because “the true journey does not consist in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes” (Marcel Proust). That is how she decided to fight for a more sustainable future – both socially and environmentally.
To do so, she graduated in Anthropology and became urban planner. Her work allows her to impact policy makers by enlightening them on issues such as climate change adaptation and mitigation or biodiversity loss.
She intends to realise and share her dream: applying biomimicry to urban planning by binding trans-disciplinary people together.
She also is an amateur photographer and the happy creator and host of the podcast Les Premiers Pas (The First Steps). It is close to her heart to inspire people to listen to their dream and follow their path. One step at a time.