Emmanuelle Wargon, 47-year-old, rushes to the ministry of Ecology, as secretary of State, from Danone, where she was previously the duties of “senior vice president” in charge of relations with the public authorities of the food group in the world, and the “sustainability” (sustainability). In other words, she was the lobbyist-in-chief of the food group, who had the ear of the CEO Emmanuel Faber.
Despite this line on his CV in the private, Wargon is broken to the public and to the policy. Daughter of the former secretary of State and member of parliament Lionel Stoléru, the mandarin, comrade of promotion of Édouard Philippe, has spent more than twenty years in the public. She has been going back and forth between his original body – the Court of auditors – and the ministerial offices. It is as well that she has been technical advisor to Bernard Kouchner, minister of Health in 2001-2002. It has mostly been the director of the office of the high commissioner for Youth Martin Hirsch under Nicolas Sarkozy. In Figaro, she wrote (last year his pride to have participated in the implementation of the RSA : “My father has always said that he had done the RMI, so I’ve done the RSA for the parentage to be perfect. “
She continued thereafter to work on social issues. Prior to his departure for Danone, it has been the number-one delegation for employment and vocational training (DGEFP), one of the powerful governments backed by the ministry of Labour. His arrival to Danone had not particularly surprised. His father had never hidden its proximity to Antoine Riboud, the legendary leader of the French champion of the agri-food sector. Emmanuelle Wargon is the second minister of the government increased by Danone. Before her, Muriel Pénicaud had exercised the profession of HRD.