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Diane Thomas

Consultant

Diane brings her diverse experience in Public and Government affairs acquired from across national, European, and international settings, specializing in the field of Energy and Environment.

Before joining Nove, Diane worked for three years in an international public affairs consultancy based in Paris and served clients at the French and European levels, mainly in the field of Transport, Energy, Health, and Social and Circular economy. Before that, Diane worked for MEP Mariya Gabriel of Bulgaria, including assisting her campaign for EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society. Diane’s parliamentary experience gives her in-depth knowledge of European decision-making processes and politics.

Diane graduated from the Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) of Strasbourg, France with a Master’s degree in European Policies and Public Affairs. Throughout her degree, Diane completed a one-year Erasmus exchange at the political studies department of Freie Universität Berlin, where she focused on European policies and cooperation between Member States around migration and gender. As a student, Diane volunteered in several European private sector associations focusing on the rights of migrants and refugees. Her experience includes working at an absorption center for asylum seekers in the district of Friedrichshain in Berlin and providing support services to migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers at the French association La Cimade in Strasbourg.




Diane Thomas

Consultant

Diane brings her diverse experience in Public and Government affairs acquired from across national, European, and international settings, specializing in the field of Energy and Environment.

Before joining Nove, Diane worked for three years in an international public affairs consultancy based in Paris and served clients at the French and European levels, mainly in the field of Transport, Energy, Health, and Social and Circular economy. Before that, Diane worked for MEP Mariya Gabriel of Bulgaria, including assisting her campaign for EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society. Diane’s parliamentary experience gives her in-depth knowledge of European decision-making processes and politics.

Diane graduated from the Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) of Strasbourg, France with a Master’s degree in European Policies and Public Affairs. Throughout her degree, Diane completed a one-year Erasmus exchange at the political studies department of Freie Universität Berlin, where she focused on European policies and cooperation between Member States around migration and gender. As a student, Diane volunteered in several European private sector associations focusing on the rights of migrants and refugees. Her experience includes working at an absorption center for asylum seekers in the district of Friedrichshain in Berlin and providing support services to migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers at the French association La Cimade in Strasbourg.

Education

Master of Arts in European Policies and Public Affairs, Sciences Po Strasbourg

Nationality

French

Languages

French, English, German, Italian

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