Laurence Eymieu, appointed Managing Director of Keolis Lyon
Laurent Verschelde, appointed Deputy Managing Director of Keolis, responsible for the French "Grand Urbain” branch
Nathalie Juston, appointed south-eastern Regional Director of Keolis
Pierrick Poirier, appointed Managing Director of Keolis Bordeaux Métropole
Laurence Eymieu, new Managing Director of Keolis Lyon
Laurence Eymieu is a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and has a Master’s degree in business law. She began her career in 1986 working with France’s Assemblée Nationale as a project manager. In 1995, she joined the staff of the Secretary of State for Transport (Anne-Marie Idrac) as Technical adviser, and then worked for the office of the Minister of Regional Planning, Urban Development and Integration (Jean-Claude Gaudin).
Since 2016, Laurence Eymieu has served as Deputy Managing Director of Keolis, responsible for the "Grand Urbain” branch.
Laurent Verschelde, new Deputy Managing Director of Keolis, responsible for the French "Grand Urbain” branch
Laurent Verschelde (55 years old) graduated from the Lyon Ecole Centrale Engineering School in 1989 and began his career in 1990 with Air Liquide, first in Tokyo, then in Lille.
In 2013, Laurent Verschelde joined Keolis as Managing Director for Keolis Dijon. Since October 2018, he has been south-eastern Regional Director of the Territories branch.
Nathalie Juston, new south-eastern Regional Director of Keolis
With a Master’s degree in business economics and a post-graduate diploma in marketing from the University of Montpellier (1990), Nathalie Juston has nearly 30 years of experience with the SNCF.
Having served as Director of Reliability for SNCF Mobilités, in 2018 she was appointed Deputy director of human resources for the SNCF Group, before being promoted to Director in September 2019 of the SNCF's holding company which has 11,000 employees
Pierrick Poirier, new Managing Director of Keolis Bordeaux Métropole
Pierrick Poirier (55 years old) has a Corporate MBA from EM Lyon business school. He began his career in 1986 with Keolis, serving as product manager before being promoted to Marketing manager in Rennes.
In 2017, he took over as head of the SETRAM, a joint-venture between RATP Dev and the Algerian government, tasked with commissioning and operating all of the tramways in six Algerian cities (including Algiers, Oran and Constantine).