Anne Bardot appointed Vice President of Group Communications at Air Liquide

October 10, 2012

Anne Bardot has recently been appointed Vice President of Group Communications at Air Liquide. She takes over from Anne Lechevranton, who having been in post since 2007, has taken on new responsibilities within the Group.

Anne Bardot joined Air Liquide in 2010 as Communications Director for the Healthcare World Business Line, where she made her mark through the development of new strategic positioning for the Healthcare business.

She began her career as an analyst at the French Ministry of Defence, before moving to a competitive intelligence consultancy post in the private sector, prior to holding various positions in communications and public affairs.

In 2003, she joined Lundbeck, the Danish pharmaceutical company, as Director of Public Affairs and Institutional Communications. In 2006, she was recruited to serve as Director of Communications and Public Affairs for Europe, Russia and the Middle East at the U.S. Meat Export Federation. In 2008, she was appointed International Director for the healthcare division of the Publicis Communications Group.

Anne Bardot, who is 41, holds a PhD in political science from Sciences-Po in Paris, as well as a Master’s degree in Russian from the National Institute of Eastern Languages and Civilizations (INALCO), Paris.