Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Commissioner
Marie is ‘adopted Welsh’ originally from France. She makes sure we walk the talk and operate as efficiently and sustainably as we can as our Chief Operating Officer. She is a lawyer specialist in public law, the law of devolution, parliamentary procedures and now of the Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act. And she loves it.
She was previously our Director for Policy, Legislation and Innovation. She is part of the senior management team which helps develop and deliver the Commissioner’s corporate plan and priorities and design internal policies. She currently has oversight of our legal work, risk management and internal processes. She advises on most projects internally.
In her former position, Marie was responsible for overseeing work on monitoring and assessing public bodies’ well-being objectives, lead the work on the legal application of the Act, correspondence, transport and planning. Marie was also The Honorary Consul of France in Wales. She loves her family and friends, good food, good wine and nature.