Stanton Chase Expands in France with Addition of Three Senior Search Consultants

Stanton Chase has announced the addition of three senior consultants to its growing offices in Paris and Lyon, France.

Christine Pruvost, based in the Paris office, brings strong international experience to her new position, having managed multi-cultural teams at Oracle and IBM. She has a strong background in executive search with successful candidate placements in technology, natural resources & energy, and consumer products & services sectors. Christine studied International Business Management in Reims and in London. More recently, she completed her education with an Executive MBA from HEC Paris.

François Philibert boasts several decades of executive search and senior-level executive experience. Based in the Lyon office, he has extensive background in a wide range of business sectors. François has conducted successful searches in the industrial and consumer products & services sectors. He has served in a variety of senior-level positions, including CEO, managing director, and human resources. François has led several organizations through varied economic cycles, requiring his expertise in cost control and maximizing resources. He has a doctorate degree in human resources management from the Institut de Gestion Sociale in Lyon.

Yves Couillard, based in the Paris office, is a member of Stanton Chase’s technology, life science, healthcare, education, and non-profit practice groups. A veteran search consultant, he also spent almost 20 years with Hewlett-Packard in several senior-level capacities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He was HP’s CEO of French operations from 1996 to 2000. He has held several board positions in the healthcare and IT sectors and serves on the Supervisory Board of the HEC Business School. Yves was the chairman of one of the leading French associations of executives until 2008 and heads the leading French association of Board Members (IFA) for Western France. A graduate chemical engineer from ENSCR (Rennes, France), Yves also holds an EMBA from the HEC-Paris Group and an AMP from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.