Carine CAMBY

Carine CAMBY is the Managing Director of the International University Campus in Paris.

On 2nd November 2010 Carine CAMBY became the Managing Director of the International University Campus in Paris.

Judge at the French National Accounting Court, Carine CAMBY was appointed by the Board of Directors of the National Foundation, International University Campus in Paris, under the Presidency of Marcel POCHARD, honorary Councillor of State. 

Appointed to the French National Accounting Court on her departure from ENA, Carine CAMBY has worked since 1993 in the audiovisual sector and in 1994 became a founder member of the educational channel, La Cinquième, of which she became the Financial Director. In 1997 Carine CAMBY became a Councillor in the office of the Minister for Culture and Communication with responsibility for the media and cinema sector. 

In 2003 she returned to the Public Health sector and took over the leadership of the French Transplant Agency, which became the Biomedicine Agency, after the revision of the laws on bioethics. 

In 2008 Carine CAMBY was appointed by the Prime Minister to a post working for the Secretary of State for Employment, Laurent WAUQUIEZ, and for the High Commissioner for Active Solidarity against Poverty,  Martin HIRSCH. In 2009 she was appointed Secretary General to the Council for Artistic Creation chaired by the President of the Republic and led by Marin KARMITZ.

 

Full version of the interview with Carine CAMBY, Managing Director of the International University Campus in Paris from the International Campus in Paris on Vimeo.