Charlotte Marchandise, Partnerships and Engagement Lead, World Health Organization (WHO) Academy and former deputy Mayor for Health and Environment of Rennes
Charlotte Marchandise is an international expert on empowerment and governance, with a focus in the fields of global health, resilience and environment. She was the civil society deputy Mayor for Health of the city of Rennes, France, President of the WHO Healthy Cities French Network, and co-chair of the Global Urban Air Pollution Observatory (GUAPO). She has served as an expert, coordinator, communication officer and project manager in the corporate world and social and environmental NGOs. She defends a whole-of-government and whole-of-society approach and has developed a local policy of health promotion, health equity and environmental health with a systematic democratic point of view in order to empower inhabitants. She is an advocate for city diplomacy and health and works at organizing cooperation amongst cities, governments, universities, and the grassroots movements through collective intelligence and the Sustainable Development Goals global agenda.
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