Graduated from a Parisian business school, Amélie Moritz has joined Sanofi in 2005 to work at the Corporate Communication Department to coordinate the internal Communication Network worldwide. Two years later, she integrated the Humanitarian Partnership Department to develop solidarity programs in developing countries and highlight them by organizing several communication actions. With the creation of the Sanofi Espoir Foundation in October 2010, dedicated to reduce healthcare inequalities among the most needy. her activities have been strengthened. She is responsible of the Foundation’ communications and still carying out major humanitarian programs, such as Access to healthcare projects in France and humanitarian emergencies actions
From poverty and epidemics to wars and mass migrations, it is impossible to ignore the afflictions that demoralize the lives of millions of people, impeding their development potential and adding a huge financial burden to the economies of their countries. In a global context of interdependence, development challenges are an obvious shared priority now that insecurity and disease are constantly gaining ground, even in wealthy countries. Working with its partners, the Foundation develops prevention and access to care programs tailored to local realities. Committed to efficiency, it seeks to anticipate and understand so that it can act more effectively. Each project is designed to scale up and lead to economically sustainable health solutions, wherever the needs are felt. By virtue of the quality of the work carried out and the progress made in its areas of expertise, the Foundation is now widely recognized both by healthcare institutions and the countries that benefit from its programs. By virtue of the quality of the work carried out and the progress made in its areas of expertise, the Foundation is now widely recognized both by healthcare institutions and the countries that benefit from its programs.