OUR TEAM

Co-Founders, Founding Partner and the Econogy Project Community. 

CO-FOUNDERS & FOUNDING PARTNER

We are two graduates from King’s College London willing to lead a research project in line with our expertise and the current growth problematics. Our aim is to invest the panel of skills and methods we acquired throughout our studies, professional and personal experiences to reflect upon economic development in the post Covid-19 era. With the help of Blanche, graduate from Cambridge University, we built and developed the Econogy Project.

MAËLLE WACHÉ

CO-FOUNDER                                                      Alongside her Bsc Economics Maëlle has applied her expertise to the development of Buzzbike, a start up offering low-impact means of transportation where she became leader of their brand ambassador program. She also worked in finance for Spectris, a firm working in industry and notably selling control and optimisation tools for sustainable energy plans. 

 

ANAÏS JULIN

CO-FOUNDER
Anaïs has been involved in research while studying for her BSc Political Economy, assisting Dr. Adam Chalmers throughout her final year at King’s College London. She was also a community researcher and project representative for the3million in a Young Europeans Citizens’ Led Engagement Programme, funded by the Greater London Authority.

BLANCHE COMOLLI

FOUNDING PARTNER
Blanche’s climate change and development Cambridge academic projects reflect her strong interest in sustainable development. She demonstrated her commitment by being the Diversity Director of the Cambridge Finance Society, and by working with an African Investment Bank aiming at promoting sustainable investments in Africa.

COMMUNITY

We were delighted to be joined by bright and inspired young talents. As part of the Econogy community, they will be developing their personal expertise while contributing to a global reflection on a recovery plan recovery as sustainable and resilient as possible. We seek to deliver accessible knowledge towards a sustainable transition for the benefit of all and how countries can follow up on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

CHARLOTTE

Research leader for Germany and West Africa

ALIZÉE

Reporter for Europe

GIAN PAOLO

Research leader for the Financial Sector

LOUISE

Research leader for the Agricultural Transition sector

NOE

Research leader for Belgium and Latin America

ANNA

Reporter for Europe

MARIA

Research leader for Eastern Europe

COSIMA

Researcher for the Renewable Energy sector

MANON

Research leader for France

HASSAN

Research leader for the Sustainable Development Goals

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This project aims at exploring the implications of Covid-19 for economic development, with particular insights on green growth alternatives and social development.

Project incubated by International Impact.

Contact us

France.
Phone: +33651579727
Mail : project.econogy@gmail.com

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