Dorothée Coucharrière is the Head of the Green Transition practice at FIPRA International.
She has over 17 years of experience in leading sustainable public affairs strategies, with a particular focus on clean industrial solutions, sustainable industrial value chains, innovation and financing.
Before joining FIPRA International, Dorothée was working with the Bolloré group as International Public Affairs Director, where she promoted a framework to develop sustainable batteries value chains in Europe and fostered zero emission mobility services in different countries across the globe.
Dorothée was formerly responsible for transport electrification and urban mobility at the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission. Prior to joining the Commission, she started her career at the French National Assembly where she actively participated in reforming the Constitution and supported a presidential campaign.
She was also lecturer in Comparative Constitutional Laws and European institutions. She then moved to the energy sector as head of public affairs and communications and particularly supported Vattenfall in its industrial development projects in France.
Her dual experience in the private and public sector and her personal dedication to accelerate the emergence of new circular business opportunities, qualifies her as a well-equipped facilitator to achieve the Green Transition objectives.
Dorothée graduated from Sciences-Po Paris and holds a MPhil in Comparative Law. She is fluent in French, English and Spanish.