Olivia Gregoire, former Government Spokesperson Conversation – Photo

The newly formed government of new Prime Minister Elizabeth Bourne was officially announced on Friday. If the appointment of Rima Abdelmalek, who has served since 2019 as a cultural advisor to re-elected President Emmanuel Macron, as Minister of Culture, instead of Roslyn Bachelet, was not surprising, then other appointments will be scheduled in the near future. Technical provisions and scopes of intervention. Thus, Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy and second-in-command in this new government, sees his ministry opening up to “digital sovereignty”. Likewise, subjects related to the environment in the broad sense were entrusted to Amélie de Montchalin, appointed Minister of the Environmental Transition and Regional Cohesion, while Agnès Pannier-Runacher became Minister of the Energy Transition. Isabel Roma, for her part, is the Delegate Minister responsible for equality between women and men, diversity and equal opportunities. Finally, Olivia Gregoire, former spokeswoman and former Secretary of State for Social and Solidarity Economy and responsible since July 2020, has been appointed Government Spokesperson. She succeeded Gabriel Attal, who was appointed Minister Delegate in charge of public accounts.

Olivia Gregoire was specifically responsible for the assignment of Director, responsible for Social Issues for the Government Information Service (2002-2005), and Technical Adviser for Communications and Strategic Studies in the Office of the Minister of Health and Solidarity (2005-2007) first with Xavier Bertrand and then Philippe Bass. In 2007, she joined the DDB Group where she headed Communications and Sustainable Development, then joined W&Cie in 2009 as Director of Development until 2011. Director of Communications and Short-Term Sustainable Development at Verallia (Saint-Gobain Conditioning), she joined Etalab, the premier service , as Managing Editor and Communications until 2014. She then founded her own circular impact strategy consulting firm, Olicare before being elected as Vice-President (LREM) for 12y Paris district between 2017 and 2020, and at the same time vice-chairman of the Finance Committee of the National Assembly.

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