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Olivia Mazet-Andrez has a 13 year experience in media and influence strategies.
She hosted television shows (Face aux Français, France 2) and newscasts (LCI, i-télé). She was also a columnist for press (L’Expansion, La Provence) and digital media (chief editor of ELLE’s website).
Olivia Mazet-Andrez then joined Publicis Consultants in 2013, where she worked for large corporates and governmental entities on communication strategy, reputation issues and crisis advisory. Major clients included Altice, Netflix, Mexico Tourism Board and other confidential assignements.
Olivia Mazet-Andrez graduated from HEC in 2004. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Durham (UK). Olivia joined the France China Foundation as Managing Director in August 2017.
Béatrice d’Estienne d’Orves has had 12 years experience in project management between China and France. Prior to joining the Foundation, Béatrice spent 5 years in China as Director of Business Development at the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIFC). Previously, she worked as Marketing Manager at Yves Rocher Cosmetic Group in France and in China, where she took part in the launch of the brand Yves Rocher and the opening of the first sales points in Beijing and Shanghai.
Béatrice started her career in Taipei (Taiwan), as communication coordinator at the National Palace Museum.
Béatrice graduated from Sciences Po (IEP) in Paris and is fluent in French, English and Mandarin.
Véronique has been working for more than 20 years in the industry of Art Sales and in particular for one of the most prominent Auction House Sotheby’s.
As an active member of the department of expertise in Chinese and Japanese Art, she developed a wide range of skills dealing with the organization of various sales in HK and Paris.
She is graduated of MA of Michelet University and Ecole du Louvre.
She is married and has three children.
Marion Bertagna has had 15 years of experience in the cultural industry within prestigious institutions or companies, public and private, in Beijing, Paris, New York and Shanghai. She has successively been manager of the CourtYard Gallery in Beijing, co-curator of “Alors, la Chine?” exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, International Marketing and Communications Director of Arte-Charpentier Architecture Design Firm in Paris and Shanghai, Specialist in Chinese Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s in New York, and Cultural Attachée at the French Consulate in Shanghai.
Since 2014, Marion is the founder and director of MB Projects, a leading agency in cultural strategy and management in China. Marion is fluent in French, English and Mandarin.