Throughout her curriculum, Hél?ne studied European Law. With a deeper knowledge and a thorough understanding of the EU, she decided to become activist with the ultimate goal of raising awareness. Hél?ne endorsed several managing and/or administrator?s positions in different pro-European not-for-profits.
She is currently working as legal officer in the Executive Agency for Culture, Education, and Audiovisual, and will soon follow a traineeship at the CJEU.
Hél?ne believes in a Europe which innovates, firstly, to address to the most daunting challenges of the century (digitalisation, climate change and biodiversity loss) and, secondly, in terms of democratic processes in order to better engage and empower the EU citizenry.