Lucie is an environmental project manager with international experience in waste management, renewable energy, and scientific cooperation. Before joining the Luc Hoffmann Institute, Lucie worked in a wide variety of organisations in different fields related to the environment. She engaged in scientific and academic cooperation at the French Embassy of Vietnam, where she organised events to raise awareness on climate change just before COP20, she worked in waste management for a municipality and then for a multinational company, and in her last role Lucie participated in developing the Asian market for renewable energies within a small company. Lucie holds a bachelor in biology and a double master (French and Canadian) in project management in environment. Her academic thesis was about the relationship between forest and poverty alleviation in developing countries. Lucie is thrilled to play a role in biodiversity protection and create new cooperation between key actors.