Paris, CEA Virtual Center
Dr. Dovilé Daveluy
Media & Democracy in the Digital Age
Dr. Daveluy is a permanent faculty member at a leading Parisian business school. She is interested in the role of business in society and the impact of big businesses on democracy as well as the new forms of journalism and digital activism. She routinely teaches courses on Media and Democracy, Citizen Journalism, and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Fashion Industry. She holds an M.A. in Political Science and Economy from the Central European University and a Ph.D. in Media Studies and Journalism from Rutgers University.
Dr. Linnéa Tilly
History of Paris: An Architectural Perspective
Specializing in Parisian Architecture and Urbanism, Dr. Linnéa Tilly is a Research & Teaching Fellow in the History of Architecture and Construction at one of France’s leading Architecture schools. She has participated and contributed to several multidisciplinary French and European research projects. At CEA she routinely teaches courses in History of Architecture as well as 19th Century Art: Impressionism & Post Impressionism. She holds an M.A. in Art History from University Le Mirail II in Toulouse, an M.S. from the Center of Higher Renaissance studies (C.E.S.R), at the University F. Rabelais in Tours and a Ph.D. from Paris IV la Sorbonne University (Centre André Chastel). Linnea’s publications include works on transfer, collections and adaptations of technologies and building models, notably in between France and Sweden.
Pascal Yrissou is a business development professional experienced in operational and financial auditing, corporate finance, M&A and International project management. He has handled transactions spanning the globe: acquisitions and joint ventures in Europe, the US, China and Russia; structuring operations for French groups in Europe, the US, Russia, China and South Korea. He has held various positions of increasing responsibility within multinational corporations in the banking, transportation, chemical and pharmaceutical sectors. In addition to teaching courses in International Business and Leadership at CEA since 2012, Mr. Yrissou has taught, for the past five years, in the Executive Education program at the prestigious Centrale Paris Engineering School. Mr. Yrissou holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and he is a lifetime member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor society. His publications include works on the Euro zone and on Russia.