Marlène Dolveck becomes president of the board of directors of the Toulouse School of Economics

Marlene Dolveck, chief executive officer of SNCF Gares & Connexions, was elected chairman of the board of directors of the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) with a non-executive mandate. The Jean Tirole Nobel Prize-winning School of Economics has been incorporated as a core institution since 1um January 2023. Together with him, Yassine Lefouili, university professor and economist at TSE, and Pierre-Laurent Lucille, chief economist at Engie, are elected vice-presidents.

Born in L’Union and former professor of economics

Marlène Dolveck explains it [ses] “subsequent experiences as a professor of economics, then as an executive in the banking sector, but also [son] management of the Radio France group, [lui] to impart a very clear vision of the problems and challenges facing the TSE School: to train our future graduates to participate in the economic, social and environmental transitions as they arise”.

Born in L’Union, near Toulouse, in 1975, Marlène Dolveck studied in a preparatory class at the Louis Barthou high school in Pau, then at the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole where she graduated in economic engineering, having had Jean -Jacques Laffont as a teacher. The latter was the founder of the Institute of Industrial Economics (IDEI) which will give life to the TSE.

From 1997 to 2001, she herself became a professor of economics and social sciences. In 2008, he resumed his studies in a specialist master’s degree in senior banking management, then obtained an executive MBA from EDHEC in 2014. After holding various management positions at Crédit Agricole, Groupe La Poste and HSBC between 2001 and 2019, he joined SNCF Stations & Connessioni.

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