Raised in Lyon (France), I did my joint honours bachelor in philosophy and Chinese studies at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) from 2011 to 2014.
During that time I developed particular interests for political philosophy, new technologies, effective altruism and how cultural and sociological norms play roles in community development projects. I worked for over a year as a business analyst for the relief and development organization World Vision. My goal is to research the relationship between applied economics and public policy decisions for development projects. I aim to work towards the implementation of evidence-based development programs using new technologies. Other interests of mine include language acquisition and memorization techniques as well as music, contemporary literature, and writing travel and cooking diaries.