Project manager and senior consultant, Cyril joined OpenCitiz in 2020.
In France and Canada, he has developed solid expertise in the field of innovation in cities and territories and in digital consultation at the local level. His past experiences have led him to understand both the public and private sectors, as well as the digital environment in private companies (Microsoft France, Fluicity) and in the world of local authorities (Rennes Métropole, Saint-Malo Agglomération). This understanding has allowed him to shape a complete and multidisciplinary understanding of the stakes and problems related to territorial innovation.
Today, as a senior project manager/consultant at OpenCitiz, he uses this know-how to provide strategic and operational support to local players in the implementation of their digital territorial projects.
Cyril speaks and works in English and Spanish.
Mariana Caye Velho
Mariana is a consultant in territorial innovation and local public action strategy.
Graduated from Sciences Po Grenoble, Mariana is specialized in Local Government Management and local digital transformation. With a versatile profile, her experience in local strategic management and in the management of territorial projects allowed her to contribute to consulting missions for the Inter-American Development Bank on sustainable innovation projects. She has also been involved in Smart City projects in Barcelona, where she has learned about the latest trends in this field for territories and public administrations.
Mariana has lived, studied and worked in Brazil, the UK, Spain and France. She is fluent in Portuguese, English, Spanish and French.
A graduate of Paris Dauphine University, Charlotte specializes in urban policy and impact innovation. With professional experiences in a range of institutions such as the Banque des Territoires and Efficacity, Charlotte has a broad knowledge of communities and issues related to smart and sustainable territories. Beyond innovation topics, she is particularly interested in energy sobriety and territorial resilience.