"My aim is to provide public organizations with impactful insight and out-of-the-box, tailor-made solutions."
Romain Lucazeau joined Roland Berger in 2014 and is now a Principal in the Paris office. He works for public administrations, public and para-public companies, at local and national level. He contributes on a regular basis to the French public debate on macroeconomic and public policies issues.
His areas of functional expertise cover strategy and prospective issues for large organizations, operations efficiency and digital transformation.
He started his career as a lecturer in political science at Sciences-Po and University Paris-IV Sorbonne. Before joining Roland Berger, he worked for a consulting firm in Paris and Casablanca on competitiveness policies for governments and growth strategies for corporate clients, and as executive assistant to the head of the Institut de l'Entreprise, a French business think tank.
Romain is an alumnus from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de la rue d'Ulm and holds a MBA from the Collège des Ingénieurs. He holds an agrégation of philosophy.