Lélia Rousselet was a research and program coordinator at the GMF Paris Office. Her work included research on security and defense issues, French and American foreign policy, and Middle-Eastern and North African affairs. She took part in the organization of the Paris Office events, in particular the Transatlantic Security and the Future of NATO project, and she coordinated the Paris Chapter of the Young Transatlantic Network of Future Leaders (YTN). She also contributed to the development strategy of the Paris Office, through partnerships and reinforcement of GMF’s network in France.
Previously, Rousselet worked for the Open Diplomacy Institute (Paris), the CFA Conference for Africa (Paris) and International Business Consulting (Casablanca). She holds a master’s degree in International Relations and Political Science from the Doctoral School of Sciences Po, and a master’s degree in U.K. and U.S. institutions and foreign policy from La Sorbonne University. She is the author of Négocier l’atome (L’Harmattan, 2017).