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Marie-Claude Dupuis is director of strategy innovation and development of RATP Group, executive committee member. As such, she is also responsible for the digital transformation and CSR policy.

She joined the RATP in October 2014 and was appointed as director of the Bus rolling stock department at RATP. In particular, she was in charge until early 2017 of the Bus Plan 2025 which aims to convert the entire fleet of 4700 buses in a 100% environmentally friendly fleet.

Ms Dupuis, who is a general mining engineer, is a former student of the Polytechnic School and of the Paris Mining Engineering School.

She has been deeply involved in environmental, safety and quality issues throughout her professional career, which she began as officer in charge of inspecting nuclear facilities.

From 2005 to 2014, Ms Dupuis was Chief Executive Officer of the French National Radioactive Waste Management Agency (Andra). She also served as Chairperson of the Radioactive Waste Management Committee of the OECD’s Nuclear Energy Agency from 2007-2013.


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