Caroline Ciuciu

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Caroline Ciuciu is responsible for legal affairs at Foratom and paid by Areva.[1]

She is currently the EU Public Affairs Director at Albemarle and has previously worked as legal counsel for AREVA (2000-2003).

Education

Ciuciu attended the International School of Nuclear Law, Oxford University and the University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne.

Career

Before her current position Ciucui was Public Affairs Manager at Erament for five years from 2007 – June 2012 in Paris within its Communication and Sustainable Development Division. Her role covered:

  • Advocacy and promotion towards the French and European authorities on environment and heath topics, European chemicals policy, Research & Development, Resources and raw materials.
  • In-depth cooperation with international, European and French industry organizations.
  • Development of a Stakeholders dialogue policy.
  • Development of a CSR policy implementing ISO 26000 guidelines (purchasing, stakeholders dialogue, etc).

CiuCiu was Legal Counsel in European & International law for AREVA from 2000-2003, based in Velizy France. [2]

References

  1. Corporate Europe Observatory, Nuclear Power Grab? Corporate Lobbyists and MEPs Working in Tandem to Spin Nuclear Energy as Sustainable, December, 2006
  2. Caroline CIUCIU EU Public Affairs Director at Albemarle, LinkedIn profile, undated, acc 19 September 2013