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Stéphane Albernhe, new Chairman of the ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation

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20 Dec 2023

On Tuesday December 5, the Board of Directors of the ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation appointed Stéphane Albernhe as Chairman, succeeding Philippe Forestier who had held the position since December 2017. This new presidency is accompanied by significant changes in governance and the creation of a new executive position, entrusted to Agnès Trincal.

Stéphane Albernhe (S 1991)

A graduate of the Mastère Spécialisé ® Engineering program at ISAE-SUPAERO, the HEC MBA and the Stanford Executive Program, Stéphane Albernhe began his career in 1994 with the strategy consulting firm Oliver Wyman, before joining Roland Berger Strategy Consultants in 1999 as a partner, where he worked for thirteen years until becoming Managing Director of Roland Berger France.

In 2012, he left the company to embark on an entrepreneurial adventure and in 2013 created Archery Strategy Consulting, a strategy consulting firm specializing in three major project and contract sectors: aerospace/defense, transport/logistics and energy/environment.

Stéphane Albernhe took over as head of the ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation on December 5, 2023.

Its mission is to ensure that the Foundation’s governance and organization function effectively, and that the decisions taken by its Board of Directors are properly implemented. In this context, it also contributes to collection, communication and team motivation initiatives.

« My wish is to breathe new life into the Foundation, with greater ambition for fundraising and projects, and greater efficiency to increase its impact. Our priority objective is to help make ISAE-SUPAERO the world leader in training engineers and decision-makers for the Aeronautics, Space and Defense sectors, integrating into its strategy the challenges of digitalization/IA, decarbonization of the air transport ecosystem, and development of sustainable space activities.


The Foundation team would like to extend its warmest thanks to outgoing Chairman Philippe Forestier for his commitment to the Foundation’s development over the past six years.