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Carmen Munoz-Dormoy

Downstream R&D Director, EDF

On July 1st, 2020, Carmen Munoz-Dormoy, took over as Downstream R&D Director at EDF
Previously she was Citelum’s CEO, EDF’s public lighting and associated connected services subsidiary. She works since 1997 at EDF group, as a manager in R&D Department then in the Sales and Clients Services Direction of EDF and as Regional Director of Enedis (network subsidiary of EDF).
Carmen Munoz-Dormoy graduated from Madrid Escuela Tècnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales (Industry and Technology Engineering School of Madrid) and from the Ecole Centrale of Paris.
Beyond her assignment as Downstream R&D Director at EDF, Carmen Munoz-Dormoy chairs Planet A organization, created to accelerate the agricultural revolution. She is actively involved in « Elles bougent », a French association promoting the feminization of engineering professions. Also committed to economic development, innovation and job generation issues, she supports start-ups and projects of leading Business and Engineering schools’ students.
Carmen Munoz-Dormoy is knight of the Legion of Honour.

Heiko Carrie

President, Bosch France & Bosch Benelux

Heiko Carrie was born in 1962 and graduated in law from the universities of Heidelberg and Bonn.

He started his career as an academic assistant at the University of Heidelberg, then practiced as a lawyer in a law firm in Munich.

He joined the Bosch Group in 1998 and held various positions in the Group's legal department, and in the planning, mergers & acquisitions departments in Stuttgart and Tokyo. Between 2006 and 2013, he led the legal department of the Bosch Group. Since January 1, 2014, he held the position of Managing Director of Robert Bosch (France) SAS in charge of finance and administration.

Since January 1, 2016, Heiko Carrie has been President of Bosch France and he also became, on January 1, 2017, President of Bosch Benelux.

In the France-Benelux region in 2019, the Bosch Group achieved a turnover of more than 5.4 billion euros and employs more than 11,700 people

Hiroaki Okuchi

Operating Officer, Toyota Motor Corporation

Mr. Okuchi joined Denso Corporation in April 1988 and worked for the powertrain group for more than 20 years. In June 2013, He was promoted to Executive Director of System Control Components Business Unit of Powertrain group.

In April 2015, he transferred to Toyota Motor Corporation as a Managing Officer. He was responsible for active safety systems like advanced driving assistance system and Automated driving. In April 2017, he became Executive Vice President of Advanced R&D; In July 2019, he became President of Advanced R&D. In January 2020, he became Operating Officer of Toyota Motor Corporation.

In January 2017, Mr. Okuchi commenced his role as Vice President - Industry, where he is working closely with the Corporate Members to direct the work of the Industry Committee and support FISITA's overall activities.

Mr. Okuchi was born in 1962. He acquired a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Nagoya University, Japan.

André Broto

Strategy Director & Advisor to the chairman, VINCI Autoroutes

André Broto is the Strategy Director of VINCI Autoroutes since 2011 as well as the President’s advisor. Born in 1948, André is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique (1969) and civil engineer of bridges and roads (1974). He joined Cofiroute in 1990 after 17 years at GTM, dedicated to the construction of a nuclear power station and ports. Appointed construction director of Cofiroute in 1995, he participated in the design and construction of the Alençon / Le Mans / Tours motorway, the Angers / Tours / Vierzon motorway, and the A86 tunnel between Rueil and Versailles. This ten-kilometres tunnel for cars that run on two levels overlays, is innovative in many ways.
For many yeyars he has participated in the work of the World Road Association PIARC (he is now the Coordinator of the strategic theme “Mobility”, and Chairman of the French Committee), URF (member of the think tank), IDRRIM (Chairman of the prospective committee) and of TDIE (member of the scientific council).

Mitsuru Yamaguchi

Managing Executive Officer, Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance

Mr. Yamaguchi has been Managing Executive Officer of Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance since 2020, leading the Telematics & Mobility Service Project. Upon graduation from the Faculty of Business and Commerce at Chuo University, he joined the former Chiyoda Fire and Marine Insurance.
During his tenure in Toyota Business Division, he promoted a wide range of collaboration with Toyota aliened with their vehicle development. After his long time experience in Toyota business, he served as General Manager in Corporate Planning Department. In 2018, he became an Executive Officer and took up the current position from 2020.
With an eye to the future mobility society such as CASE and MaaS, Mr. Yamaguchi is currently leading the Telematics & Mobility Service Project and taking on challenge to adopt the new technologies in insurance, aiming to contribute to a safe and secure mobility society.

Hisashige Doisaki

General Manager, Telematics & Mobility Service Business Development Department, Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance

Mr. Doisaki is currently the General Manager of the Telematics & Mobility Service Business Development Department at Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance. After graduating from Waseda University in 1994, he joined the former Chiyoda Fire and Marine Insurance and spent his early stage for domestic business.
With 14 years experience in Japan, he has seconded to a U.K affiliate from 2008 to 2015. Together with Toyota, he worked for planning, development and promotion of Automobile Insurance designed for Toyota. He was also engaged in the acquisition of BOX innovation Group for the future development of Telematics Automobile Insurance utilizing connected technology.
After returning to Japan, he subsequently worked as the head of Telematics Group in Corporate Planning Department and then took up the current position. Mr. Doisaki keeps challenging the development of new insurance services by utilizing new technologies and in collaborating with business partners globally.

Christophe Aufrère

Group Chief Technical Officer and Senior Vice President, Faurecia

Christophe Aufrère is Group Chief Technical Officer and Senior Vice President since 2019. He was previously Group Chief Technical Officer Vice President since 2011. He is in charge of anticipating the evolutions of the automotive/mobility industry, assessing and defining the key technologies which Faurecia will address in the future and follow their implementation at the corporate level. He is also responsible for managing and developing the expertise network throughout the entire Faurecia R&D organization and outside. In addition, he is in charge of the Intellectual Property and corporate academic partnerships.
Prior to his current position, he spent 20 years within Faurecia Automotive Seating successively occupying different management positions in the R&D department until Vice President R&D Structures and Mechanisms and becoming Chief Technical Officer for Complete Seats and Metal.
Prior to Faurecia, Christophe spent three years at Rockwell Automotive Body Systems in Advanced Engineering working on electric motors and door systems.
He is a member of the CTA (French Technical Automotive Committee), the Hydrogen Council (worldwide Hydrogen Consortium), the CAIT (Consortium for Automotive Industry and Technology in China) and Deputy Vice President of the FISITA Technical Committee.
Christophe Aufrère is a graduate of the Ecole Supérieure des Techniques Aéronautiques et de Construction Automobile (ESTACA), one of France’s leading engineering schools.

Dame Ellen MacArthur

Founder and Chair of Trustees, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Dame Ellen MacArthur made yachting history in 2005, when she became the fastest solo sailor to circumnavigate the globe. She remains the UK’s most successful offshore racer ever, having won the Ostar, the Route du Rhum, and finished second in the Vendée Globe. She received the French Legion of Honour from President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2008, three years after having been knighted by HM Queen Elizabeth II.
Having become acutely aware of the finite nature of the resources on which our linear economy relies, she retired from professional sailing to launch the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in 2010. The Foundation works to accelerate the transition to a circular economy, and has helped establish the subject on the agenda of decision-makers around the world. Since the publication of its first economic report in 2012, the Foundation has launched global initiatives on plastics, fashion, and food, developed innovation networks with educators, businesses, and governments, and released more than 20 reports and books. Dame Ellen is a World Economic Forum Global Agenda Trustee for Environment and Natural Resource Security and Board Member of its Platform for Accelerating the Circular Economy, and she sat on the European Commission’s Resource Efficiency Platform between 2012 and 2014.