Director and Deputy Dean ESSEC Africa
Holder of the Miage Master from Paris Dauphone University, a DEA from UPMC and an MBA from New York University (NYU), Hugues Levecq began his career as assistant professor, first in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, then at Baruch College. He joined the ESSEC Business School in 2008, as director of studies, and was appointed Director of the Global BBA, a position he will continue to assume alongside his duties as Director of the ESSEC Africa Campus. Hugues Levecq is also chairman of the Executive Committee of the Sesame Contest.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 00
Holder of a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering at ENSI, Abdelhak held the position of Facility manager for more than 4 years with Sodexo Morocco after many technical and managerial experiences in other similar functions.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 07
Marketing and communication director
After graduating from ESSEC in 2010, where she earned her MBA Grande Ecole, Salma Benyoussef has combined professional experience of nearly 10 years in the fields of marketing and communication in several sectors.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 04
Graduated from ULB University, Sciences Po Lyon and the School of Governance and Economics of Rabat, Mehdi learned how to merge political science, lobbying and communication. With more than 5 years of experience in the field of NGOs and education, he joined ESSEC Africa as a communication executive.
Executive director of programs
Doctor in geopolitics (University of Paris 8), Guillaume is a specialist in relations between companies and territories as well as in territorial conflict management. He led in parallel a managerial career in public affairs and communication for large network companies (EDF, SNCF network) and associate professor at the French Institute of Geopolitics. Guillaume Bouvier joined ESSEC Africa in Rabat to develop initial and executive training programs for Morocco and Africa.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 15
Business development manager
Salaheddine is in charge of the business development and sales of executive education programs at ESSEC Africa. After graduating from ENCG and the Grande Ecole program of EMLYON, Salaheddine specialized in business development in Africa and Morocco after multiple experiences in the private higher education sector.
email, tel: +212 6 84 88 55 76
Deputy chief executive officer
Doctor in Information and Communication Sciences (Toulouse I), Malika Chaouky has held positions as a teacher, educational director, human resources director, and consultant.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 03
Bachelor and Masters Recruiter - Atlantic Africa Zone
Graduated from ESCA Ecole de Management in Marketing and Communication, Younes has a professional experience of more than 8 years in different sectors in project management, marketing consulting and development.
Administrative and accounting executive
Graduted from the HEM (Institut des Hautes Etudes de Management) in Casablanca, Nizar Errabi specialized in «corporate and business management and finance ». Before joining the ESSEC Africa team, he was an auditor-accountant within a firm of auditors and accountants.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 09
Security and transport executive
After his business studies, Haitam Hamdouni was in charge of the logistical management of a Moroccan consultant and research 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 Institutional & Corporate Relations and Executive Education
Directeur exécutif du programme GENERATION AFRICA
Diplômé de Sciences Po Paris (Master en management et innovation), Loïc Jaegert-Huber dispose de plus de 12 ans d’expérience comme conseiller, manager et chef de projets transverses dans les secteurs des Utilities, de l’énergie et de l’aéronautique, sur 3 continents. A l’ESSEC Afrique, Loïc Jaegert-Huber est en charge des Relations Entreprises (dont Career Services) et assure la Direction du programme « Generation Africa » qui permettra à des professionnels de découvrir, comprendre et accroître leurs connaissances et compétences relatives au développement économique et aux écosystèmes d’entreprenariat africains.
email, tel: +212 6 61 26 29 06
Fatima Zahra Kinany
A graduate in management sciences, Fatima Zahra has more than 2 years of experience in various sectors of activity, at ESSEC AFRICA she is in charge of administrative assistance.
Head of International Partnerships
A graduate of Sciences Po Paris, Khelil Mehenni first evolved in the fields of economic diplomacy and public affairs where he worked on complex projects related to Africa, the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Within the ESSEC Africa campus, he is responsible for building partnerships with African universities and institutions.
Orientation and admissions officer
Graduated from ENCG Settat in Marketing and Commercial Actions, Youssef is in charge of admissions for the Bachelor and Masters programs of ESSEC Africa.
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
Academic director - ESSEC Global BBA, Innovation & Digital Management
Cristina Terra is professor of economics at ESSEC Business School. PhD in economics from Princeton University, she has taught in France, Brazil and the United States. She has been Director of the École Doctorale EM2P at Université de Cergy-Pontoise and Director of Graduate and Undergraduate programs at Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Brazil. Her main research interests are International Economics and Development Economics. With several articles published in international economic journals, she is the author of the textbook Principles of International Finance and Open Economy Macroeconomics. She is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Applied Economics and associate researcher at THEMA and at CEPII.
Deputy director of studies
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.
email, tel: +212 5 37 82 40 06