Marie-Caroline is Assistant Director in IATA EU Affairs team based in Brussels. She is responsible for delivering IATA’s positions on EU legislations impacting the aviation industry and advocating for IATA member airlines’ interests in EU institutions. Her specific focus is on EU environment policies. She has joined IATA in 2011 as IATA’s Assistant Director for Security & Travel Facilitation, Europe and was responsible for leading IATA’s strategy on aviation security and passenger facilitation in Europe until 2016.
Prior to joining IATA, Marie-Caroline held various positions related to aviation and transport policy in the European Union. She worked in the European Parliament as an adviser to a French MEP on aviation issues and was manager for security and cargo at the Association of European Airlines (AEA) until 2010. Between 2005 and 2007 she worked at the American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union as Senior Policy Adviser on customs policy and intellectual property.
Graduated in public administration and European policies, Marie-Caroline holds two master degrees from the Institute for Political Sciences (SciencesPo) in Paris and from the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. She also studied in Austria and in Hungary.