Born in 1977 and alumni of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Laurence Marion is a State Councillor.

As commissioner in the litigation sector, she handled litigation related to hospital liability, public health, and media legislation.

She has also served as technical advisor in the Cabinet of the Prime Minister, as Officer of Civil Liberties, and on the Constitutional Revision of 2008.

In 2009, she was appointed Executive General Director for the Etablissement français du sang. In this role, she was in charge of defining the institution’s strategy, the publicity for blood donations, and in maintaining relationships with their partners (trustees, hospitals, donation associations, elected officials, and international collaborators).

Additionally, Laurence Marion was Commissioner for the report issued by the President of the Republic to Jean-Marc Sauvé and Claude Onseta « Towards Fellowship, Proposal for a Citizens Reserve » (« Pour que vive la fraternité, Proposition pour une réserve citoyenne ») in 2015 and the report given to the Prime Minister by the Council of State « Revision of Biotech Laws: On the Possibilities of Tomorrow » (« Révision des lois de bioéthique : quelles options pour demain ») in 2018. She also presided over the Commission for Monitoring and Control of Publications for a Young Public.

Laurence Marion has been Executive Director of the National Foundation of the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris since July 11th, 2019.