Valérie Peugeot


Valérie Peugeot
After studying Law and Political Science, Valérie Peugeot worked at the European Parliament and then for several think-tanks around issues such as European politics, globalization and information society.

In 2005, she joined Groupe Orange, where she is currently in charge of development in the Human and Social Science lab at Orange Labs. She is a researcher in the fields of Internet of things, open data, creative communities, sharing economy, privacy in digital economy.
Peugeout is also the president of Vecam, an association that explores political and social issues related to the information and communication technology, with a special focus on Commons and intellectual property. She is a member of the Board of the international cooperation association Batik International, and of the Editorial Board of Paris Tech Review.

Peugeot is also vice-president of the Conseil National du Numérique (National Digital Council), a French government advisory committee, where she is in charge of digital transition and knowledge society.
She is the proud mother of two teenagers.


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