Emmanuelle graduated from the University of Bath (UK), the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA), and Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) with a bilingual joint-MA in European Studies & International Relations.
During her studies, Emmanuelle gained hands-on understanding of Southeast Asia while working as a research assistant in the Trade & Investment Department of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia-Pacific (UN ESCAP) in Thailand as well as in the Political Affairs Section of the Delegation of the European Union in Cambodia. These enriching experiences, along with her involvement in educational and environmental volunteering projects in the Philippines and Indonesia, led her to develop both an acute interest and understanding of the region.
At EIAS, Emmanuelle will be conducting research on EU-ASEAN relations, Chinese foreign investments in Southeast Asia, regional geopolitical dynamics and energy-related projects on the continent.
Contact Emmanuelle at firstname.lastname@example.org