Dean of ESSEC Africa
Professor at ESSEC following 10 years of corporate experience (Veolia Eau, La 5), he is engaged in political life (vice-president of the Val d’Oise region in France) and charities. He has been the chaired professor for the ESSEC Social Entrepreneurship chair since 2003 and is the director of the of the ESSEC Africa campus.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 00
Directrice de la communication
Dîplomée de l'ESSEC en 2010 où elle a décroché son MBA Grande Ecole, Salma Benyoussef a cumulé une expérience professionnelle de près de 10 ans dans les domaines du marketing et de la communication dans plusieurs secteurs d'activités.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 04
Business Development manager
Salaheddine is in charge of business development and sales of executive education programs at ESSEC Africa. After graduating from ENCG and Grande Ecole EMLYON, he specialized in business development in Africa and in Morocco after multiple experiences in the educational sector and private education.
email, tel : +212 6 84 88 55 76
Director of studies
The holder of a doctor in information sciences and communication (Toulouse I), Malika Chaouky has occupied various posts as a professor, academic director, director of human resources and consultant.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 03
Administrative and accounting executive
A graduate of the Casablanca institut des Hautes Etudes de Management (HEM), Nizar Errabi specialized in ‘corporate management and finance’. Before joining ESSEC Africa, he was an auditor-accountant within an external auditing and chartered accountants firm.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 09
Marketing and Communication Executive
Graduated from Al Akhawayn university with a bachelor’s in communication studies and marketing, Lamia has had many professional experiences in marketing, communication, market studies and sales development in Morocco.
email, tel : +212 5 37 82 40 14
Administration and logistics officer
After his business studies, Haitam Hamdouni was in charge of the logistical management of a Moroccan design office for nearly two years. Within the ESSEC Africa campus, he is in charge of the proper execution of internal facilities projects and supplier relations.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 08
Director of operations and student life
An employee at ESSEC since 2001, Olivier Jenck formerly managed the IT and audiovisual technical team within the operations department. A self-learner, with a thirst for the technical and new technologies fields, he has followed a certificate-awarding course at ESSEC (executive education).
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 07
Chief of pedagogical entrepreneurial projects
Salaheddine is a Laureate Universities graduate in mechanical energy engineering and from UC Berkeley in social entrepreneurship. He has worked for 5 years on the conception of social innovation and youth entrepreneurship with national and international NGOs on different approaches of conceptual thinking and open innovation hacks. He is currently in charge of the entrepreneurial pole as well as the implementation of ANTROPIA ESSEC PROGRAMS.
email, tel : +212 5 37 82 40 05
Talent Center manager
After completing a master’s in applied economics at the Université de Paris - Dauphine, Jacqueline Sibieude worked in the human resources sector (recruitment and career management). She has also worked for a charity association, specialized in the field of mental handicaps, providing support to handicapped persons and their families and managing quality processes.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 02
Nina Tunon de Lara
Equal opportunities & high school student orientation project manager
A graduate from Sciences Po Bordeaux and a recent graduate of the ESSEC MSc in management program, Nina Tunon de Lara specialized in social entrepreneurship by following courses within the chair bearing the same name. A recent arrival on the ESSEC Africa campus, she is in charge of the developing equal opportunity projects and assisting high school students from our partner establishments in Morocco determine their career and academic paths.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 12
Deputy Director of Studies / Head of the Career Centre
A graduate in Economic History from the London School of Economics, Robin has five years of teaching experience at various schools and universities in England and Morocco.