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Julie Gamberoni

Project Director

Julie Gamberoni


After studies in New York and Paris, Julie Gamberoni graduated as MFA in arts & cultural projects management. After a successful internship in Berlin, she remained in the German capital to assist in the foundation of Modern Matters, a Berlin-based management & communication agency specialised in electronic and contemporary music, soon to become a reference in its field.

From 2016 to 2020, she commits to Tokyo’s most acclaimed multi-brands showroom, Ryodan, and coordinates their temporary showroom, at the Paris Fashion Week, four times a year. She works with photographers, journalists, stylists to create content for its roaster brands and introduce collaborations with artists.

She travels frequently and meets with creatives and thinkers from Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai. In parallel, she operates her own curated «salons de musique » in an historical apartment on Place des Vosges.

In 2019, she completed a Business Sustainability Management online course at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). At the end of 2020, after 10 years of experience in the fields of music, fashion and contemporary art, she starts managing the educational program «Histoire, Sport & Citoyennet», deployed over 4 years and initiated by CASDEN Banque Populaire, a premium partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

After having earned the possibility to work remotely, she moves to Saint-Sauveur, a lovely village just twenty minutes away from the campus Ma.Na – a pure coincidence – and encounters Thomas Dariel.

Julie Gamberoni is now Ma.Na’s Project Director. She is primarily responsible for the management, growth and development of strategic relationships both existing and new, with people, institutions and businesses. Her role will leverage current key partnerships whilst building and assessing a pipeline of new partners to support the campus agreed targets and service levels

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