Founder of YTES and consultant [email@example.com]
Awarded a post-graduate diploma of political sciences on European construction in 2002, Alexandra Debaisieux acquired a theoretical knowledge of the various fields of intervention of the European Union and its decision-making mechanisms. From 2003, she enriched this theoretical understanding by holding down a job as parliamentary assistant to a French deputy in the European Parliament, in Strasbourg and Brussels. Within the framework of this mission, she could follow more precisely the work of parliamentary committees "Economic and monetary affairs€ and "Social services" and participated in the work of amendment of the guidelines on "Corporate environmental responsibility". She also brought to fruition a study on the economic and social impacts of the enlargement.
She was part of the European Regional Information Society Association €“ Eris@-, based in Brussels, and informs and detects opportunities for the members of the network.
For two years, Alexandra Debaisieux was in charge of the development of the international partnerships within Archimed, a software editor company based in Lille. Within the framework of this mission, she identified and estimated the technical and commercial complementarities between Archimed and European companies potentially partners, based mostly in Sweden, Italy, Germany, Belgium and Luxemburg. Long stays - associated with these professional experiences with multicultural dimension - in German-speaking Switzerland, Belgium, United Kingdom and Italy allowed her to master the spoken languages in these various countries, and gave her the capacity to tackle and manage the cultural and administrative differences.
In 2005, she decided to create YTES to focus on these European questions, her passion: her experience and know-how made Alexandra Debaisieux well-known as a good source for actors involved both in business and associative fields. Since February 2006, she is an associated lecturer at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Strasbourg / University of Wroclaw (Poland), where she teaches the management of European projects in Master of political and social sciences, Major in European policies. As such, she works in direct contact with the speakers, the professionals of Europe, and the European universities partners of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques possibly interested in joining European consortia.