Axelle works on defining and implementing communication strategies for EU funded projects such as ENEFIRST Plus, RENOVERTY, DEESME 2050, ENSMOV Plus, Regio1st and Prospect+. She also focuses on the theme of energy poverty.
She has a Master’s degree in Global Energy Transition and Governance at Centre International de Formation Européenne with focused research on Energy and Transport Poverty. Axelle also has a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature at Sorbonne Nouvelle and a BTS Communication degree.
Before joining IEECP, she was a Communication intern at Energy Cities and was a manager at HopHopFood, tackling food waste and poverty.