Olivier Bréchard

Olivier is the co-founder of the Institute of Action Research for Education (IRAE, in French), which supports innovators in education through strategic advice, action research, and pilot projects. Prior, he was the Executive Director of the World Innovation Summit for Education.

Magdalene Rosenmöller

Magdalene is a Professor at the IESE Business School Operations Management Department. She is an internationally recognized expert and researcher in health management and policy. She has worked with the European Commission, the World Bank, and various universities worldwide.

Laurent Zmiro

Laurent is part of a joint venture of the Rothschild Investment Trust and the Edmond de Rothschild Group, where he set up an investment club in 2012. His career includes positions at Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. He also co-founded an independent financial boutique and a members-only art trading platform.

François Marmion

François is the Investment Director in charge of Private Equity of Helios Capital. He previously spent several years at the executive level of small high-tech companies, and over a decade in management consulting with Ernst & Young.

Lord David Puttnam

Lord Puttnam is the chair of the Atticus Education, an online education company based in Ireland. After a successful career in the film industry, he turned efforts to public policy.

Xavier Prats Monné

Xavier is responsible for EU policies and programmes for mobility and cooperation in education and training, including the new Erasmus+ Programme.

Pierre-Antoine Ullmo

Pierre-Antoine is in charge of overall strategy at P.A.U. Education. He is a specialist in innovative learning and social development with a background in economics and publishing.

Edouard Ullmo

Edouard heads a private equity firm, Armat Group. Previously, he worked in the aeronautics field, holding senior positions with companies such as Matra, Eurocopter and Airbus. 

Teemu Leinonen

Teemu is a professor at Aalto University. He has over a decade of R&D experience in the field web-based learning and has co-founded two companies.

Jacqueline Fendt

Jacqueline is a professor at ESCP Europe and Scientific Director of the school’s Chair of Entrepreneurship. She also founded and chaired Business Angels Schweiz.