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Corporate Social Responsability

Taking into account the environmental, social and societal impact of business

Companies are essential to the prosperity of France. They are the driving force behind growth, innovation and job creation. However, their activities can also have negative impacts on health and the environment, or cause accidents. AFEP’s member companies are committed to a continuous progress approach and are among the best CSR performers on a global scale.


Elisabeth Gambert
Director of CSR and International Affairs
e.gambert@nullafep.com

Elisabeth Gambert has been the CSR and International Affairs Director at AFEP since 2013, responsible for monitoring matters of corporate social responsibility and coordinating AFEP’s bilateral relations with its counterpart associations in other Member States of the European Union. She holds a Masters in Law from the University of Vienna (Austria), a Master’s in Advanced Studies (DEA) in European Law from the Université de Rennes I and a European Masters in Governance and Administration (Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne). Before joining AFEP, she worked in Brussels, in particular for FEDIOL (EU Federation of Seed Crushers and Oil Processors), and in Vienna, at the Court of First Instance. She is co-Chair of the Corporate reporting working group of the European Association of Listed Companies, EuropeanIssuers.

Elisabeth Gambert
Justine Richard-Morin
Deputy Director of European Affairs
j.richard-morin@nullafep.com

Justine joined AFEP in 2008 and is now the Deputy Director of European Affairs, helping to manage AFEP’s strategic relations with the European Union. In cooperation with the Paris team, she prepares European positions and carries out European lobbying actions in the areas of climate, energy, environment, corporate social responsibility, intellectual property, data protection and consumer rights. She previously represented Rhodia (now Solvay – chemical industry) with the European institutions in Brussels (2007-2008) and worked at the European law office of the Ministry of Defence in Paris (2006). She holds a Masters in Business Administration from the IAE in Paris and a Vocational Masters 2 in European Law from the Sorbonne (Université Paris 1). She speaks French, English and Italian.

Justine Richard-Morin