Our team brings together a variety of complementary profiles putting their expertise and experience at your service. We adopt a collaborative and forward-looking approach, in order to jointly develop tailor-made solutions that meet the requirements of each project.
CAMILLE IS AN ICAM ENGINEER AND HAS AN MBA IN CULTURAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT FROM ICART. SHE COMBINES HER ENGINEERING SKILLS WITH HER PASSION FOR CULTURE.
SHE WORKED FOR THREE YEARS TO ADVISE, SUPPORT AND TRAIN TEAMS IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND VALUE ANALYSIS. SHE HAS ALSO DEVELOPED A CONSULTING OFFER IN ECO-DESIGN. A COMMUNICATIVE AND ENTHUSIASTIC FACILITATOR, CAMILLE DEVELOPS AND FACILITATES TRAINING WORKSHOPS AT ATNA. SHE ALSO CONTRIBUTES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMPACT MANAGEMENT TOOLS, CARBON FOOTPRINT CALCULATIONS AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CSR STRATEGIES.
An engineer from the École des Mines de Nantes, Matthieu worked in the field of food waste prevention and sustainable development consulting in the event industry before joining ARTER and now ATNA.
As a specialist in corporate social responsibility issues, he leads the missions at ATNA. In particular, Matthieu implements responsible management systems in the cultural and event sectors, especially for the ISO 20121 standard. Matthieu also carries out ecological impact assessments (certified by the Bilan Carbone method), designs emissions reduction pathways and eco-design solutions.
A graduate of Sciences Po Paris, Florisse has worked on operational and research projects aimed at mobilising culture for sustainable development.
She has accompanied cultural professionals in measuring the impact of the sector and evaluating cultural policies in several countries, notably through the creation of communities of practice. At ATNA, she supports the implementation of awareness-raising actions and sustainable action plans. She also carries out carbon impact calculations and is collaborating on the development of a CSR reference framework for the entire cultural sector.
An independent producer since 1998, Renaud Sabari founded ARTER in 2004. From 2016 onwards, a shift in his personal beliefs and commitment towards low carbon sustainability have been translated into concrete action on an entrepreneurial scale: he is directing the agency towards a sustainable positioning.
The creation of ATNA marks a new stage in accelerating this shift towards low carbon sustainability, as an extension of ARTER’s operational activities.