Luc Roullet

Luc Roullet, Paris

Luc has lived and worked in 4 different continents for the last 15 years, deepening his expertise in leadership and transformation of individuals, teams and organizations. He is now based in Paris where he teaches leadership in Master and Executive Programs as a faculty member of Ecole Centrale Paris, an engineering and management university.

Luc has worked in business in Italy : working with JP Morgan, AXA and Boston Consulting Group in Milan. He then worked in social entrepreneurship in the Philippines where he worked for 3 years and transformed a microfinance institution serving 20 000 families in the poorest areas of Manila. He also worked in the public sector : in Washington with the World Bank to advance the agenda of “leadership and development”, and in Madagascar where he set up the National Leadership Institute of Madagascar, a hub for the best practices of leadership teaching, ranging from Steven Covey’s “Seven Habits” approach to the Adaptive Leadership model of Harvard.

He studied and taught leadership at Harvard Kennedy School with Ronald Heifetz and Dean Williams, and worked with the latter for two years. He graduated from Harvard University as a Fulbright scholar with a Master in Public Administration. He holds a joint Master of Sciences in Engineering Management (Ecole Centrale Paris and Politecnico di Milano).

 

Andre sami

ANDREAS-SAMI PRAUHART, Jerusalem

Sami has worked as an independent policy advisor in the Middle East, West Africa and South America, including for the Palestinian President’s Office, the Palestine Investment Fund, the Legal Resources Center in Accra and UNDP (United Nations Development Program). He has been engaged in several legal, economic and communications functions within the context of the Israel-Palestine conflict. He provides consulting and coaching services for leading private sector clients in Abu Dhabi and Germany.

He graduated from Harvard University with a 2-year Master in Public Administration and holds a LLM degree from the University of Graz, Austria and Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. Sami also studied as a Chevening fellow sponsored by Shell in energy economics and geopolitics in the UK.

Sami loves the writings of the late Edward Said, Theodore Zeldin, Khalil Gibran and Sir Charles Popper. He is convinced that Solitude by Duke Ellington is the best ever jazz song.