Fleur Pellerin

French businesswoman, former Minister

Businesswoman and former civil servant, Fleur Pellerin graduated from ESSEC business school with a master’s degree in management. She attended Sciences Po and the École Nationale d’administration. She then joined the French Court of Auditors before becoming a high-ranking civil servant in the government.


Fleur Pellerin had a strong political debut at the ministry of Innovation and Digital Economy. From 2014 to 2016, Pellerin was appointed Minister of Culture with the government of Manuel Valls.

She then became a very successful businesswoman as the head of Korelya Capital, an investment fund aimed at new technologies. She also holds positions at the board of directors of different enterprises such as Reworld Media, KLM, Louvre Endowment Fund, Institut Montaigne, and Schneider Electric. In August 2018, Pellerin was listed by UK-based company Richtopia as number 2 in the list of 100 Most Influential French Entrepreneurs.


She is a skilled speaker and a professional who is still looking forward to new opportunities and is always a leader of opinion and an example for young women.


Spoken Languages: French, English