Alexandra Dublanche is Vice President in charge of Recovery, Economic Development, Attractiveness and Innovation for Paris Region under Valérie Pécresse. She is also a community advisor and deputy mayor of Sartrouville (Yvelines), where she is in charge of commercial attractiveness, institutional partnerships and transportation.
After completing a business school degree (ESCP Europe), Alexandra Dublanche began her career in a strategy consulting firm in Germany. Three years later, she joined the minister Luc Chatel’s cabinet, where she was in charge of economic affairs and public finance.
Between 2010 and 2012, she completed a Master’s degree in Public Administration at Harvard University before returning to France in November 2012 and joining Valérie Pécresse’s Cabinet at the Paris Region Council.
She was elected Regional Councilor in December 2015 and elected Chair of the Economic Development, Employment and Innovation Commission before becoming Vice Chair of the Regional Council in October 2017. Also an entrepreneur, Alexandra Dublanche is co-founder of an election strategy start-up.