The INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD
An international perspective on the School’s strategic development
NEOMA Business School benefits from the support of an international governance body, the International Advisory Board (IAB), in planning and implementing its strategic development.
The IAB's members exclusively of members from the world of international business and it serves as an external consultative body to the School's senior management team. It offers an invaluable external perspective on the School’s development.
The recommendations and opinions given by the IAB inform the discussions and work of the School’s board of directors. It guides the School’s thinking on a range of different issues, such as its international visibility and relationship with the business world.
MEMBERS OF INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD
Jean-Marc GALLOT, President
President and Chief Executive Officer Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, LVMH Group. MiM Rouen 1988.
After holding several management positions at Christofle, Cartier and Ferragamo, he joined LVMH in 2003 as Chief Executive Officer of Louis Vuitton America. He was promoted President and CEO of the North America region before taking over the position of President of Louis Vuitton Europe in 2006. Since then he has held various managing position in the LVMH group: Managing Director at Ruinart, at Fendi and Executive Vice President of Brands at Moet Hennessy.
Dean, NEOMA Business School
Before joining NEOMA BS as Dean in January 2013, Frank Bostyn held various positions in Belgium. He directed the Department of Management at Antwerp University before becoming Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Applied Economics in 2002. He co-piloted the merger between the two Faculties of Economics at the University of Antwerp, and was appointed Dean of the School of Management in 2004, helping the School to obtain its various accreditations. In 2009, he was appointed Deputy Chief of Staff of the Vice minister-president of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister for Innovation. At the same time, he joined AACSB, in which he successively held the positions of Chairman of the Initial Accreditation Committee and Mentor, assisting schools engaged in an Accreditation process. Frank Bostyn holds a PhD in economics from the University of Ghent (Belgium) and an MBA from the Wharton School (USA).
Dean Emeritus, Lancaster University Management School
Professor Sue Cox was Dean of Lancaster University Management School between 2001 and 2015. Prior to joining LUMS she was Professor of Safety and Risk Management and Director of Loughborough Business School. She has a background in agricultural and industrial product development and obtained all her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Nottingham. Susan Cox is Academic Vice-President and member of the Board of EFMD.
Françoise DOREY, Secretary
Director, Programme Management Support Unit, NEOMA Business School
Françoise Dorey joined Rouen Business School in 1985 as Marketing Professor.She was appointed Head of Marketing Department in 1986, and Head of Postgraduate and Executive Education in 1988. From 2003 to 2013, she was responsible for process quality for AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditation. Since the creation of NEOMA BS, she has been responsible for overall programme quality management. Before joining Rouen BS, she worked as a researcher in B2B marketing at EM Lyon and as professor in various business schools. She holds a Master in Management from ESSEC BS and a PhD in marketing.
Chief Strategic Officer, TBWA Media Arts Lab, MiM Rouen 94
After starting his career as strategic planner at FCA BMZ (Publicis), Marc-Antoine Jarry joined Ogilvy in 1999 as director of strategic planning. He was appointed Executive Director of Strategy in July 2009. At Ogilvy, he worked on budgets for Coke, Google, Louis Vuitton and Vodafone. He was President of the Rouen Business School Alumni Association and was closely involved in the creation of NEOMA BS. He joined TBWA Media Arts Lab in Los Angeles in 2014 to oversee Apple’s global advertising strategy.
President, Active Cosmetics, L’Oreal, MGE Rouen 80
Brigitte Liberman began her career with Henkel. In 1986, she joined L’Oréal and Laboratoires Goupil before joining Biotherm and then Vichy. In 2001, she was appointed head of Active Cosmetics for France and Benelux, where she participated in the creation of Laboratoires Innéov, a joint venture between L’Oréal and Nestlé. In 2004, she became worldwide General Manager of Laboratoires Vichy and in 2005 President of Active Cosmetics. Brigitte Liberman has been a member of L’Oréal's Executive Committee since January 2007.
Director of International Relations, NEOMA Business School
Before joining NEOMA BS last July, Lucienne Mochel served as Vice President for Accreditation at AACSB International overseeing daily operations of the accreditation department and managing the accreditation committees and processes. Prior to joining AACSB in 2004, Lucienne worked for more than 20 years in training and workforce development as director of Employment and Training for Rotterdam City Council and as programme administrator for a large NGO in the U.S. She has a bachelor’s degree in career guidance counselling from the Academy of Man and Labor in Tilburg, the Netherlands and a master’s degree in management, leadership, and organizational effectiveness from the University of South Florida.
Consultant, MGE Reims 80
After 23 years running a family business and experience as President of a committee of shareholders, Viviane Neiter set up her own consulting firm Cabinet Neiter Consulting in 2003. She works on all matters relating to corporate governance, both in France and abroad (particularly in Benelux and Canada). Viviane Neiter has served for many years as a administrator of various companies and advises family comanies on the governance, which she teaches in business schools and universities.
Special Advisor to AACSB International
Dr. Trapnell served as Chief Accreditation Officer and Executive Vice President of AACSB International from 2004 to September 2012. Dr. Trapnell has been a Director of Martin Color-Fi Inc. since 1997. He served as Dean of the College of Business and Public Affairs at Clemson University and previously served as Director and professor of Clemson University School of Accountancy. He joined the Clemson accounting programme in 1986. He served for ten years in the department of accounting at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. He earned his PhD from the University of Georgia, and bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Clemson University.