Christine Daoulas helps organization build innovative business models around social good with a goal to maximize shared value. She has 20 years of international experience in multinational companies and consulting companies. She gained extensive expertise in marketing (L’Oreal Luxury Division), business intelligence and strategy (Vivendi Telecom International), and corporate social responsibility (Société Générale, General Electric Healthcare, Generali and groupe La Poste).
In the course of her career, she developed strong experience in defining and communicating metrics for social responsibility and building value propositions for capturing growth opportunities for unserved and underserved markets.
Christine Daoulas is a SA 8000 auditor and has developed a specific expertise in social reporting, business and human rights and social innovation.
She is also involved in several social think tanks. For the Observatoire Social International, an organization bringing together companies, trade unions, academia and other development partners, she took part in the CSR Task Force. For the Groupement National des Initiatives et Acteurs Citoyens (GNIAC), an association promoting innovative citizenship projects, she advised various executives in their approach to social impact. Christine contributed to a collaborative research and the writing of the book entitled Développement Durable, Entreprises et Territoires en movement (Editions ESKA 2014).
Christine Daoulas teaches CSR Strategy at Master level at Normandy Business School. She is also a lecturer on Business and Human Rights for a master program at CIFFOP, University of Paris (Pantheon Assas).
Christine Daoulas graduated from Normandy Business School. She also studied at Hangzhou University (China) and Concordia University (Canada).