Maxime Boyer, 38-year-old, is a distinguished individual with a diverse range of expertise. With a solid economic background from the prestigious Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) and a master's degree in international law from Toulouse Capitole University, Maxime possesses a unique blend of knowledge that spans both economic and legal domains. Having also completed a finance program at EM Lyon Business School, he began a career as an investment banker, before taking up a position in a public affairs company.
Maxime's passion for public service led him to politics, where he served as the trusted assistant to the Vice President of the French Senate, Mayor of Marseille, Jean-Claude GAUDIN. Maxime gained firsthand experience in navigating the complexities of governance and policy-making. He thus decided to embrace a political career in France. Currently, deputy mayor of Toulouse, Maxime holds also the esteemed position of Vice President of Toulouse Metropole, entrusted with the critical responsibility of overseeing Green Mobility and Infrastructure. In this role, Maxime strives to implement sustainable practices and drive the city's transition towards a greener future. Furthermore, Maxime serves as the mayor of a district in Toulouse, where their dedication to the community is evident through various initiatives aimed at enhancing the district's quality of life.
With a proven track record in both the private and public sectors, this young promising politician has been working with Paris diplomats for a long time promoting investments, trade and culture all around the world, Maxime has been appointed as Head of Mission of the Diplomatic Council for France