Isabelle brings extensive experience in project management to this role and to the science support team. She is proactive and supportive, with excellent organisational skills and the ability to take initiative.
Since 2001, Isabelle has worked with, and supported, scientists as administrator in different units of the ESF: Humanities, Life Sciences and Social Sciences. She has been involved in grant evaluation of programmes including the European Young Investigator Awards - EURYI, EUROpean COllaborative RESearch Scheme – EUROCORES, and Exploratory Workshops.
Isabelle holds a Master’s degree in Public and International Law from the University of Strasbourg, as well a post-graduate degree in information resource archiving (documentaliste). From 2006 to 2015, she was Executive Assistant to the Director of Science and Strategy and subsequently to the Director of Finance and Administration. She has monitored the statutory review of the ESF’s five expert boards and committees.
Isabelle is highly competent and dependable, providing significant added value to the scientific expertise offered by Science Connect.