Daphné Petrich supported the Foundation’s advocacy and engagement efforts, conducted policy research, identified fundraising opportunities and elaborated partnership strategies.
Before joining FOGGS in January 2021 Daphné spent the previous three years consulting industry leaders across many sectors including technology, automotive, FMCG and luxury on how to respond to cultural, structural and behavioural change. Her business degree paired with her anthropological training has allowed her to develop an interdisciplinary and systemic approach to research and strategy. She has worked on algorithmic fairness, shifting mobility needs, circular economies as well as product and service design, business model development and marketing projects. She is particularly interested in technology’s role in shaping our future, from the existential risk it raises to its promises and opportunities.
Daphné holds a BA in International Studies from the University of Pennsylvania and a BSc in Economics from the Wharton School. She speaks French, English and Spanish and has a basic knowledge of Italian.