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.
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.
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.
Directeur de la communication
Diplômé de la Dublin Business School et d’un Mastère spécialisé Management Général des Villes et du Territoire à l’ESSEC, Yohann Etoré a occupé de nombreux postes à responsabilité dans le secteur de la communication au sein d’agences et d’institutions publiques.
Pedagogical entrepreneurship project manager
Pierre-Eloi Gay graduated with a bachelor’s in history from the Paris X - Nanterre University and the ESSEC MSc in management program (Social Entrepreneurship chair and Urban Economy chair). He is a lecturer within the Global BBA program and manages projects marked with the campus ‘entrepreneurship’ and ‘company incubator’ stamp.
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.
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).
International recruiter - Africa
An MSc in management graduate from INSEEC Bordeaux, Arnaud Jonquet has held previous jobs in the international logistics sector in Asia and within the consulting industry in Paris. He has also worked for 4 years recruiting international students for several French Grandes Ecoles.
A senior lecturer at Sciences-Po Paris, professor Cécil Lavrard-Meyer is a graduate of Sciences-Po Paris and HEC. She holds a doctorate in history from the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle and she was post-doctoral fellow in development economics and political science at the Harvard University. Lavrard-Meyer will be in charge of educational animation and events management on the campus.
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.
Nina Tunon de Lara
Equal opportunities and 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.