Corrine Chartier, 44 years old, is the founder and CEO of inTERREface, created in Le Havre at the end of 2008. It is a consulting and training company focusing on sustainable development, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and change management.
Engineer in environment and Doctor in geography, Corrine Chartier has started her activities abroad in the research applied to the development of the southern countries and has also been involved in international solidarity through several ONGs.
Living in Le Havre since 2000, she lead the Natural Reserve of the Seine estuary for seven years and then she has created her own company around the concepts of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility. Through inTERREface she aims at building bridges between the social economy and the mainstream economy. Therefore, inTERREface consultants support the local actors : SME, very small businesses, institutions and local administrations, as well as entrepreneurs involved in the sustainable development and the Corporate Social Responsibility. InTERREface helps those actors to understand and apply the principles of sustainable development and CSR : sustainable development diagnostics, carbon footprint, good governance, inclusion, sponsorships…
Member of the CJD (Centre des Jeunes Dirigeants) since 2009, she became founding member of the social entrepreneurs’ club “Les Alter-Entrepreneurs” in Le Havre when it was created in 2011 with the idea to experiment responsible and liable local dynamics between entrepreneurs and young entrepreneurs.