Marie Sallois currently serves as the Corporate and Sustainable Development Director at the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
In her current role, Marie Sallois is in charge of the IOC’s work on Sustainability, Olympic Games Impact & Legacy, Gender Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, and human rights, which are all core elements of the Olympic Agenda 2020+5 (the strategic roadmap for the IOC and the Olympic Movement).
Prior to that, since 2004 when she first joined the IOC, Marie has held many roles within the organisation, as Head of Corporate Development, reporting to the Director General. In 2013, she was appointed to lead the IOC Headquarters project (Olympic House was inaugurated on 23 June 2019). In 2015, she became Director for Sustainability.
Under Marie’s leadership, the Corporate and Sustainable Development Department supervises the actions of the Sustainability and Legacy Commission, the Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Commission and more recently, the Human Rights Advisory Board.
Marie regularly represents the IOC in high-level conferences and executive committees, as she sits on the board of local and international organisations: the International Academy of Sport Science and Technology (AISTS), ThinkSport, Innovaud and the World Union of Olympic Cities (UMVO).
Prior to joining the IOC, Marie has over 10 years of experience in professional services worldwide. She headed the consulting practice of the SchlumbergerSema company, which is still, under the name AtoS, a major Olympic Games Technology TOP Partner. As a management consultant, she led major transformation projects internationally in the public and private sectors, for Andersen, Cap-Gemini and Bossard Consultants. Marie holds a Master of Business in Administration from International Institute for Management Development – IMD (Lausanne, Switzerland), and a Masters in Management and Finance from HEC Paris (Paris, France). She remains closely connected with the academic world.