Coline Briquet is Deputy to the Academic Dean and Head of the Faculty Affairs Office. She is interested in developing actions and initiatives related to gender equality and the fight against all forms of discriminations and violence in Higher Education (sexism, racism, homophobia, etc.).
Caitriona Byrne from Dublin, Ireland is a Senior lecturer in Business English subjects for undergraduate and Master students. She graduated with a Masters in Marketing from Dublin Institute of Technology in 2005 and later moved to Lille France where she created an English training company called Be Fluent.
Carmen Campillo is originally from Guadix (Granada), Spain. She studied Translation and Spanish philology in the UGRA (University of Granada) and completed her Master’s degree in Lille 3, France. Carmen is now a Spanish senior teaching fellow.
Chavi (Chi-Yun) Chen is Assistant professor in International Negotiation and Sales. Her teaching and training covers Communication, Negotiation and Intercultural and Diversity Management while her research focuses on Business-to-Business management.
Erin Cox is an assistant teaching fellow in English. She holds a Master of Education from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, as well as a Master of Arts in French with a specialization in Civilization, Culture, and Society from Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, USA.
Grant Douglas has been involved in designing, organizing and implementing international/intercultural study programmes for 20 years. He is a member of the IAIR, vice-president of SIETAR-France and a qualified IDI administrator.
Edward Farrington is Coordinator of Rhetoric & Debate and English for Debating in the Bachelor Program at IESEG. He holds an MA in Second Language Acquisition and a Diploma in advanced practical teaching methods from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom.
Bernd Gibson has been part of the Cultural Diversity team at IESEG since 2012. Originally from Cologne, Germany, he is an entrepreneur, business consultant and trainer for intercultural communication and management. He is interested in collaborative learning and experience design.
Felipe is an Associate Professor in Organizational Behavior. He obtained his PhD in Management from IESE Business School, Spain. His research interests include proactive work behavior, leadership, and cross-cultural management.
Hella Ithurbide is a German lecturer and course coordinator in Bachelor and Master programs. Graduated in Business Administration Fachhochschule Düsseldorf, Germany, in 1993 (University of applied sciences ‘Finance/ accounting option’).
Regina KIM is Affiliate Professor in International Negotiation. She obtained her PhD in Organizational Psychology at Columbia University. Her research interests include language diversity, conflict management, negotiation, cross-cultural studies.
Rhea Langridge is a Senior Teaching Fellow in English and has been working at IESEG for 12 years. She studied Education and Modern foreign language teaching at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK and has been supporting students in their language development across a range of programmes.
Damien is Student Services Coordinator. He welcomes students from all over the world and helps them deal with French administration. He is a lover of languages and speaks French, English and Spanish fluently.
Ekaterina Nemkova is an Associate Professor in Marketing. She obtained her PhD in the area of International Marketing from Loughborough University. Prior joining IESEG she held a position at Nottingham University Business School and was also a Visiting Professor at the University of Chile.
Claire is a lecturer in French as a Foreign Language and has been working at IESEG for 6 years. She teaches French at all levels and works daily in an organization that counts over 100 nationalities drawn from every continent.
An Assistant Professor at IESEG for over 15 years, Ingrid is in charge of the People and Intercultural Competences Pole, where she coordinates the efforts of the school to promote the development of these skills.
Pascale Schmidt Dubois is a consultant in intercultural communication. She completed her MSc in intercultural management at Dauphine University in Paris.
Her fields of interest include diversity and inclusion management at the workplace.
Jingjing Yao is Associate Professor in International Negotiation. He obtained his PhD of Organization Management at Peking University, China. His research interests include negotiation, trust, creativity, and cross-cultural studies.