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Board of Directors

The Carrefour Corporate Foundation is directed by a Board comprising members representing the founders, an employee representative and qualified external individuals.

 

 

The Board of Directors meets three times a year. It determines the strategic orientations

of the Foundation’s actions, validates its budget and ensures that it is executed properly.

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M. Alexandre Bompard

 Chairman of the Carrefour's Foundation and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Carrefour's Group

Chairman of the Carrefour's Foundation and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Carrefour's Group

Alexandre Bompard is a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Institute of Political Studies) in Paris, with a degree in Public Law and a postgraduate degree in Economics, and is also a graduate of the Ecole Nationale de l’Administration (ENA - National School of Administration) (Cyrano de Bergerac class). After graduating from the ENA, Alexandre Bompard joined to the French General Inspectorate of Finance (1999-2002). He went on to become the technical advisor to François Fillon, then Minister for Social Affairs, Labor and Solidarity (April-December 2003). From 2004 to 2008, Alexandre Bompard held several positions within the Canal + Group. He was Director of Chief of Staff for President Bertrand Méheut (2004-2005), and then Director of Sport and Public Affairs within the Group (June 2005 to June 2008). In June 2008, he was appointed Chairman and CEO of Europe 1 and Europe 1 Sport.

In January 2011, he joined the Fnac Group where he was appointed Chairman and CEO. Upon his arrival, he undertook an ambitious plan to transform the company, called “Fnac 2015”, to meet the challenges posed by the digital revolution and the changing needs of customers. On June 20, 2013, Alexandre Bompard also launched Fnac’s IPO. In the fall of 2015, Fnac offered to take over the Darty Group and on July 20, 2016 Alexandre Bompard became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the new Fnac-Darty Group. On July 18, 2017, Alexandre Bompard was appointed Chairman and CEO of Carrefour.

Born on October 4, 1972 in Saint Etienne, Alexandre Bompard is married and has three children. He is a Chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Order of Arts and Literature) of France.

 
 
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Mrs. Dominique Benetteau-Wood

Executive Director Communication for the Group and France

Executive Director Communication for the Group and France

Dominique Benneteau-Wood completed a DEA in Industrial Economics at the University of Lumière Lon 2.

After having been a strategic planner at Euro RSG and a consultant at Carole Bracq Press Office, she was a senior communications consultant from 1995 to 2000. From 2001 to 2013, Dominique Benetteau-Wood became General Manager of the W et Cie agency. In 2014, she was appointed Communications Director and Corporate Project Manager of Transdev.

After having been Communications Director and Deputy Managing Director of Air France KLM, Dominique Benetteau-Wood joined the Carrefour Group in 2018 as Communications Director of Carrefour Group and France.

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M. Benoit Soury

Organic Market Director of the Carrefour Group

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Mme Martine Saint-Cricq

Director representing employees

Director representing employees

After studying photography and working several years as a designer in an engineering firm, Martine Saint Cricq joined the appliances department of the Carrefour hypermarket in Labège (Toulouse region) when it opened in 1983.
Her humanism and commitment to justice soon led her to take action in defense of employee rights. Elected to the Labège store’s works committee in 1991, she became its secretary in 1992, then secretary of the Sogara central works committee in 1995.
She became a member of Carrefour’s European committee in 1996. In 2004, her trade union named her central union representative for Sogara establishments. She joined the Carrefour Group committee the following year.
In 2008, she was appointed by the French union federation Force Ouvrière to sit on the women’s committee of the Union Network International (UNI).
She also conducted successful negotiations with Carrefour management on behalf of Force Ouvrière concerning the establishment of an agreement for sales staff and another agreement on workplace equality.
She is known especially for her constant efforts to help the weakest and most disadvantaged. Her candidacy to sit on the board of the Carrefour Foundation is therefore the logical continuation of all her noteworthy commitments, especially as all the trade unions have agreed to have her represent the employees.

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M. Jean-Michel Severino

Former CEO of the French Development Agency (AFD)

Former CEO of the French Development Agency (AFD)

A graduate of ESCP business school, the Paris Institute of Political Studies and the École nationale d’administration, Jean-Michel Severino began his career with the Ministry of the Economy and Finances as an inspector. He was then appointed head of International Development at the French Ministry of Cooperation. Thanks to the experience he had acquired within various French development organisations, Jean-Michel Severino was appointed Director for Central Europe at the World Bank (1996-97), before becoming Vice President for Asia (1997-2000). In 2001, he was appointed Director of France's International Development Agency until 2010. In 2007, he launched the “Ideas4development” blog alongside a number of authors who wanted to share their visions of the major challenges facing developing countries and their solutions for tackling them. Then in 2011, he took over as CEO of Investisseurs & Partenaires, continuing with his commitment to Africa.