Anne-Gaelle Javelle studies the changes brought by the digital revolutions to our political culture and works to adapt public institutions to this new reality.
She served until 2017 as a cabinet member and advisor to French Minister Marisol Touraine on digital transformations in the health sector. Before then, she was a project director within a government unit devoted to the modernization of public action through digitization and open data. Between 2009 and 2012, she worked for the World Resources Institute, a Washington-based environmental think-tank, where she conducted research and field projects to improve forest management and support environmental law reforms in Central Africa. She also served six years as a change management consultant, supporting the restructuring of public spending systems following the introduction of new digital tools.
She holds a Master's of Public Policy from Sciences Po Paris and a Master's of Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.