Claire Martin has joined Keolis as Executive Director of the Group's Industrial Department1 and becomes a member of the Group's Executive Committee in this capacity. Claire will be responsible for leading the group's industrial strategy and developing expertise and strategic partnerships in coordination with the France, International and Business departments of the Group. She will also drive transformations to meet customers’ needs and expectations, especially in relation to energy transition.
Claire Martin holds a Master's degree in psychosociology, a Master's degree in consulting from ESCP - IFACE Business School (Paris), as well as an Advanced Management programme from Harvard Business School. She is finalizing certification in executive coaching at HEC Paris.
Claire Martin joined Renault in 1988, first as part of the gearbox engineering department where she was in charge of process re-engineering, then as part of the research department where she implemented lean production and matrix organisations and led research in the field of international cooperation. 10 years later, she was involved in the creation of the Renault-Nissan Alliance and in the renaissance of the Japanese carmaker Nissan. In 2005, she wasappointed Vice President Global Corporate Communications at Renault.
In 2008, she created and managed Renault's CSR department and led the Renault Foundation. She also set up the SRI Fund Mobiliz Invest to boost entrepreneurship and innovation in sustainable mobility.
In 2016, she was appointed COO of the business unit Renault-Nissan Consulting. This global consulting agency (250 consultants) is in charge of supporting its clients' industrial strategies in operational excellence, lean manufacturing, agile transformation, optimisation of distribution networks and customer experience.
Claire Martin has been a member of the Academy of Technologies since 2007, a start-up administrator and CSR lecturer at Sciences Po Paris. A former member of the Attali Committee on the positive economy, she became a partner of the LH Forum from 2012.