Guillemette Carlucci is the Geneva Graduate Institute's Master in International and Development Studies (MINT) Academic Coordinator.
She advises and supports the different stakeholders involved in the MINT, including Head of programmes, faculty members, speakers & students.
An alumna of the Institute, she graduated with a Master's degree in international relations (specialisation in international law) in 2007.
She also holds and a Master's degree in economics and management from Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan & Université Rennes 1 (France).
She has occupied several positions at the Institute (Department assistant, Research assistant) before turning to Executive education. As such, she has managed degrees for professionals for the last 14 years, with participants from corporations, governments, civil society and international organisations, in Switzerland and abroad. She has also organised customised programmes for several corporate and non-profit organisational clients.
She is passionate about education, life-long learning and international relations.