A career diplomat in the French Foreign Service since 2011, Marc Reverdin specialized in European affairs and was Political Counsellor at the French Embassy in Rome from 2014 to 2016. He then joined Pascal Lamy, former Director general of the World Trade Organisation, as Diplomatic Adviser.
In 2018, he helped to create the Paris Peace Forum, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, and held the position of Secretary General till he joined Brunswick in 2022.
In this new institution dedicated to global governance, he played a central role in the organisation of the annual event involving dozens of heads of state and thousands of participants from around the world.
He also serves as Secretary General to the France-Pacific Territories Committee of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC), a Singapore-based international organisation which promotes the development of Asia-Pacific economies and makes regular recommendations to the APEC forum.
He holds degrees in philosophy, musicology, public administration and international relations and teaches international and European issues at Sciences Po Strasbourg.