Healthy Building Day
- "Healthy Homes Barometer 2019 & Political Framing" by Marjolaine Meynier-Millefert & Ingrid Reumert
"Healthy Homes Barometer 2019 & Political Framing" by Marjolaine Meynier-Millefert & Ingrid Reumert
Presentation from the 4th VELUX Healthy Buildings Day that took place in Paris on 10 October 2019. For more information please visit https://www.velux.com/veluxdaysinparis
More about Healthy Home Barometer: https://www.velux.com/health/healthy-...
Marjolaine Meynier-Millefert was born on 30 September 1982 and has dual French-Dutch nationality. She holds a master's degree in English language, foreign literature and civilization as well as a master's degree in communication from organizations. She began as an English teacher before developing her career by creating her communication strategy consulting company. Through this consulting business, she has assisted small businesses and SMEs in their marketing and strategic development. A citizen engaged in community life, founder and then president of a Young Local Economic Chamber, Marjolaine Meynier-Millefert defends politics, in its Athenian sense: "to improve the life of the city". Passionate about local initiatives and convinced that collective energy makes it possible to deploy innovative solutions, Marjolaine Meynier-Millefert engages in public life during the 2016 regional elections. She becomes regional advisor of Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, a member of the opposition to Laurent Wauquiez. She was then elected MP for the 10th constituency of Isère under the colors of the Republic Marche in June 2017. Member of the Commission for Sustainable Development, she is appointed co-host of the building renovation plan, alongside Alain Maugard, in December 2017 by the Ministers of the Ecological and Solidarity Transition and the Cohesion of the Territories. Ingrid Reumert has been employed in the VELUX Group since 2011 as VP for Global Communications, Sustainability & Public Affairs. She has the responsibility for the relations to stakeholders within the societal and political arena and is – among other things – one of the originators of the Healthy Homes Barometer which is published once a year as a temperature check of European buildings. Ingrid Reumert has an educational background in Political Science from the University of Aarhus, Denmark and Sciences-Po in Paris. Prior to her career in the VELUX Group, she has worked as advisor to politicians in the Danish Parliament and in the European Parliament in Brussels, before moving to the private sector as Director for Global Public Affairs for Terma A/S within the Defense and Security industry.