Laetitia Le Guillou

Laetitia

Laetitia manages the smooth running of the administration for Counterpoint, supporting our Directors in London and Paris as well as our diverse project administration work.

Laetitia has a wide range of professional experience working in managing and administrating for global organisations in the UK and in France. Before joining Counterpoint, she worked for an Arts, World Heritage and Education charity promoting inter-cultural dialogue and understanding between cultures.

She has been for a number of years a keen member of the Royal Anthropological Institute, where she shares her enthusiasm and passion for anthropology, psychology and the understanding of dynamics within societies.

Laetitia studied in France where she acquired a technical diploma in International Trade at the lycée Le Likès (29). A very keen learner of languages and other cultures, she took the opportunity to travel during her studies doing internships in Germany and Austria. She has now been living in London for over 10 years.

laetitia.leguillou@counterpoint.uk.com

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