Anne-Pierre brings over 20 years of experience with a wide range of healthcare stakeholders (charity, patient organisation, governmental agency, consultancy and pharmaceutical industry). Her skills and expertise in health communication, cancer prevention and market access, combined with her personal experience as a leukaemia survivor and member of patient organisations, give her a unique perspective on patient engagement, advocacy and equal access to adequate care.
Anne-Pierre holds a MSc in Economic Evaluation for Health Technology Assessment from the University of York, a MSc in European Social Policy from the London School of Economics and a Diploma in Political Sciences from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Strasbourg. She worked as general delegate and program manager in cancer prevention through nutrition and lifestyle (World Cancer Research Fund & Institut National du Cancer [INCa]) and market access director (Kantar Health, Lundbeck & Sanofi).
In order to have a greater impact on patient access to care, Anne-Pierre has founded Care4Access, a consultancy dedicated to patient engagement and advocacy and has also joined the Patvocates team. She is a volunteer for two patient organisations: Association Laurette Fugain and Entraide aux Greffés de Moelle Osseuse (EGMOS). She is a member of the campaign committee of the HTC Project and the Patient Advocacy Committee of the European Society for Bone Marrow Transplantation (PAC).