The Paris-based team is committed to developing GenerationLibre’s activities and influence.
Gaspard Koenig, President
Gaspard Koenig was born in 1982. After graduating in philosophy (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Agrégation) he went on to teach at the University of Lille III. Gaspard then became Christine Lagarde’s speechwriter when she was France’s Finance Minister. In 2009, he joined an international development Bank in London. He launched GenerationLibre in april 2013. He is a published author and appears regularly in the media.
Delphine GRANIER, Analyst
Delphine Granier was born in Montpellier in 1991. She moved to Paris and studied at Sciences Po for five years. As part of an exchange program, she spent one year at the University of Melbourne. Graduated in 2013, she completed a Master Degree in Public Affairs. Her professional experience steered her towards institutional relationships, lobbying and communication.
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Rafael SAMUEL-LAJEUNESSE, In charge of GL Strategy and Development
Rafael Samuel-Lajeunesse is a Portfolio Manager with an international financial institution and worked previously with McKinsey & Co. Specialist of the energy, industrial and financial sectors, he graduated from EM Lyon, Solvay (ULB) and The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania). He has also taught at the London Business School.
Thibault DANJOU, GL representative, Asia-Pacific region
Thibault Danjou is a French entrepreneur based in Asia (Japan and Singapore) since 1993. He is a graduate from Dauphine University and holds a MBA degree from Chicago University. A candidate for the French Liberal Democrat Party in the 2012 Parliamentary elections for French abroad, he is GenerationLibre’s representative in Asia Pacific.
Clara LEMAIRE, Représentante GL à Bruxelles
Clara Lemaire is an Account Director at FleishmanHillard, an international communications consultancy. Based in Brussels, Clara mostly advises large energy companies on their public affairs activities, from government relations to wider communications towards policymakers. She previously worked as an assistant to a French Member of European Parliament. She holds an MSc in Politics and Government in the European Union from the London School of Economics and a Masters degree in political science from Sciences Po Lille.