Angèle is Associate Director in charge of Healthcare Policy.
As the first program of Institut Montaigne, the Healthcare Policy Program led by Angèle has the objective of uniting all topics related to the health and healthcare sector: professionals, patients, industrials, researchers, experts, high officials, policy makers, care providers… to decrypt, anticipate, compare and propose, in order to efficiently reform the French healthcare system.
Angele has been awarded a 2018-2019 Harkness Fellowship from the Commonwealth Fund, a private U.S. foundation. The Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice provide a unique opportunity for mid-career health services professionals from 8 OECD countries to spend a year in the United States, conducting original research and working with leading U.S. health policy experts. Angele has been working with Harvard Medical School and with the RAND Corporation in Boston on primary care and behavioral health integration. She is currently country correspondant for France for the Commonwealth Fund International Health News Brief.
Angèle was Deputy Director of Institut Montaigne between 2015 and January 2017. During this time, she greatly influenced the economic model of Institut Montaigne and the relationship with its members.
Passionate about health issues, she moderated the taskforce that published “Reviving our Healthcare System”. Angèle co-wrote with Olivier Duhamel the book “Les primaires pour les nuls” (Editions First, 2016). As Director of Studies at Institut Montaigne (2011-2015), Angèle coordinated diverse taskforces related to health, welfare system, and labour market issues. She developed the devices of civic participation launched by Institut Montaigne in the last years, for instance by coordinating Institut Montaigne’s citizen’s conference on health in 2012-2013.
She started her career in the public sector, between 2006 and 2010. Angèle graduated from Sciences Po Paris, and completed part of her studies in Great Britain, at Warwick University, and at ITAM in Mexico.