Frédéric Bardeau


Frédéric Bardeau
A degree in political science and competitive intelligence, Frédéric is passionate about cyberculture, activism, empowerment and digital inclusion.

He has 15 years of experience working as a consultant, speaker, trainer and social entrepreneur, putting the power of action and innovation of the Internet at service of NGOs, associations, foundations and social economy organizations, including LIMIT, an agency specialized in responsible communication, which he founded in 2008

In 2013, Frédéric co-founded a "developers factory" primarily oriented to young people from modest and minority backgrounds and diversity, especially girls with innovative social projects.

He is the author (with Nicolas Danet) of "Anonymous, can they change the world? " (2011) and "Reading, writing, arithmetic coding... ?" (2014 ).

Frédéric is married with 5 children. He and his partner, a doctor, lead a humanitarian missions with their lykemi association.

(Photo credit: Nicolas Friess)


June 14, 2014
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