AIM’s Administrative Director, Doctor of Political Science (Panthéon-Sorbonne), he studied at Strasbourg Hotel School, the École Nationale de Commerce (Tourism), IREST at the University of Paris I (Tourism), and was one of the first graduates of IMHI (Cornell/ESSEC).
He then worked for five years at INRIA (National Institute for Computer and Automation Research) in the external relations department, and subsequently took on administrative and financial responsibilities in an investment bank, a luxury hotel in Paris and a large luxury seaside hotel.
He has devoted himself to education since 1986.
In addition to his administrative role at AIM, he teaches the Accounting, Purchase Management, Cost and Quality Control courses.
A Certified Hospitality Educator, he is also an affiliated life member of the Cornell Hotel Society University Foundation.