Paris

Alexis Leclerc--Dalmet

Junior Adviser

Graduated from a first Master’s degree in information and communication at Panthéon-Assas University and from the Global BBA of ESSEC Business School, Alexis continues his studies within the framework of the Master’s degree Companies, Institutions and Risk of CELSA – Sorbonne University. 

At only 22 years old, his career path has already allowed him to discover a wide variety of structures: science and digital museum, web media, consulting start-up… In 2021, he started his first work-study program as a customer and service communication manager for SNCF Réseau, the french railway infrastructure manager. He also have a professional curiosity that led him to work as a seasonal steward for Air France in 2020. The transversality of his experiences, both in terms of types of organizations and missions carried out, is an asset that he puts at the service of his clients.

Committed in the associative sector since 2015, Alexis first became passionate about journalism and the media. He was notably administrator of Jets d’encre, the national association for the promotion and defense of the youth press. He has also been the initiator of many youth press projects. In this context, he was the publishing director of “Politesses”, a unique paper publication resulting from the partnership of 6 young media in the context of the 2017 french presidential election and distributed throughout France.

Gradually, his taste for current events and their upheavals developed in him an appetite for crisis. He first became interested in it from a theoretical and epistemological perspective: in 2021, he defended a dissertation entitled “From the health crisis to the social crisis, French higher education institutions facing the first lockdown of 2020” and with which he won the dissertation prize of the French observatory of student life. In the Corp division, Alexis capitalizes on his scientific knowledge to meet the operational requirements of organizations.

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