4. Can you tell us more about your involvement in organizing the final Hystories conference (a European research project on hydrogen) at the Mines de Paris?
I had the opportunity to contribute to the organization of this significant international scientific event. My main role was to manage the invitations of the participants, ensuring their optimal reception. Moreover, I was responsible for coordinating the event’s suppliers, thereby guaranteeing the smooth running of all logistical aspects. Working closely with a dedicated team, I contributed to creating an environment conducive to exchange and discussion for researchers and professionals in the hydrogen sector.
5. The engineering and industrial sectors are very technical and constantly evolving. As a support function, did you find it easy to find your place there?
Initially, there’s a fear of not being up to par. Geostock’s activities, being a world leader in its field, are very specialized. So, naturally, you find yourself interacting with high-level engineers on very technical subjects. But, beyond the stereotypes, I managed to find my place quite quickly. This is due to the very familial atmosphere at Geostock, the kindness I encountered among my colleagues, and the successes achieved in communication. This gives self-confidence and the desire to continually learn.
6. What are your future plans and how will the skills acquired at Geostock help you in your career?
I have learned a lot at Geostock, which is a great asset in my current search for a new position as a communications officer. Of course, I’ve learned in terms of methods and managing communication tools. But that’s not all, because it’s also a profession that pushes you to develop a strong ability to adapt to technical environments, high-level interlocutors, different logics, such as employer branding, and a world of communication that is constantly changing.