Martine Mamlouk

Martine Mamlouk is high level advisor prospective and stakeholders management at ENGIE MESCAT ( ENGIE Business Unit for Middle East, East and South Asia and Turkey). She joined ENGIE in 2017 after having served several years at the French Embassy to the UAE where she was Deputy Permanent Representative of France to IRENA and involved in the preparation of COP21 and several climate initiatives as well as in fostering the partnerships with the UAE on sustainable development issues.

She is a graduate in political sciences from Sciences Po Paris, in Law from Paris-Pantheon and an alumnus from ENA,Ecole Nationale d’Administration (Promotion Guernica) the post academy school for France high civil servant.

She combines a diversified and long governmental experience in international affairs at bilateral, European and multilateral level, in management of projects and programs, evaluation of policies and account auditing at French Cour des Comptes.

In the initial phase of her career she oversaw Interurban and International transport policies, trade and technical cooperation with Maghreb and Mashrek and became Economic and Commercial Counsellor in France diplomatic missions to Canada and to Syria. She later was seconded to the United Nations, where she worked successively as deputy UN permanent representative in Uganda, covered regional support to Eastern and Central Europe and CIS countries and participated in the formation of UNOPS.

Before coming to the UAE, she was at France ministry in charge of environment, energy and environment, Deputy Director for protection against terrorism for Transport, Energy Water, Environment, Urban and Land Planning Sectors. 

She has been active in the setup of two important women networks in France, “Administration Moderne” and “Commission Femmes Association des Anciens Elèves de l’ENA” (member of GEF, Grandes Ecoles au Féminin, the French network of women in business coming from a range of engineers, commercial or governmental Grandes Ecoles- high level colleges and universities).

She is a Knight of the Legion of Honour of France.