Aurelie Valat talks about “Generation – e ” or Gen-e. Being known not only for being experts in the use of electronic devices but also as being highly educated and connected, may this generation find a way to make an impact and save the world ?
After studying Anthropology and Political science, Aurelie Valtat became an experienced political and corporate communications specialist, with a focus on digital media. She is currently driving the digital communication strategy of the Council of the EU and the European Council.
She’s a seasoned communications and PR professional with a keen interest in politics, international relations and online media. I’m also the President of IABC Belgium, the Belgian chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.
Before joining the European institutions, she was the online communications manager at EUROCONTROL, the European air traffic management agency. She also has previous experience in European lobbying (at PostEurop), in cultural heritage management (at UNESCO’s World heritage center), in internal and external communications Alliance Francaise in Brussels, and as a freelance journalist.
She holds an M.A in Political Science from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris, a postgraduate degree in International Public Administration and a B.A in Anthropology from the Sorbonne University.