A French citizen, born in the US and living in Brussels for the last 10 years, Timothée studied Economics at Solvay Business School. During his studies, he launched Nexense, the first Belgian student platform for pioneers of the economic transition.
Leading a team of 10 students, he co-organized 15 conferences with social entrepreneurs, CEO’s, and researchers to debate how business can become a driving force for positive change.
In 2014, he did an internship as Executive Assistant of the President of Cercle Grand Paris, an international think tank on urban issues. With Deloitte, he co-organized and moderated the annual forum on « Disruptive Alliances, Reinventing Growth ».
In 2016, he co-founded the Civic Innovation Network (CIN) to implement collaborative strategies at the city level. He designed and co-launched the « Impact Joint Venture » strategy, a multi-stakeholder collaboration process allowing citizens, entrepreneurs, institutions and corporates to co-create systemic business models.
With Ouishare, a global network of collaborative entrepreneurs, he wrote articles and facilitated large workshops on the critical link between individual and organizational transformation.
He joined Phusis as a trainee to learn how to implement collaborative management in large organisations. He believes collaborative leadership is an opportunity for the private sector to become more resilient and evolve towards a more regenerative rather than extractive economy.
Timothée is also an avid record collector and sometimes becomes a DJ at night.