Born in 1968, Anne Lange is currently the CEO of Mentis, a company which she co-founded. A software start-up company, Mentis innovates in the sector of the Internet of Things and works with large corporations on mobility and urban space management solutions.
Anne Lange began her career in 1994, working for the Prime Minister’s office where she led the office responsible for the State’s supervision of public broadcasting. In 1998, she joined Thomson as the Director of Strategic Planning, and in 2000 the European e-business department.
In April 2003, Anne Lange was named Secretary General of the Internet Rights Forum, an agency attached to the Prime Minister’s office. Between 2004 and 2014, she successively held the positions of Director for the Europe Public Sector, Executive Director for World Wide Media and Public Sector Operations (while posted to the United States) and Managing Director for Innovation within the Internet Business Solution Group division of Cisco. Anne Lange is a board member of both Metabolic Explorer, a biological chemistry company, and of Imprimerie Nationale.
She graduated from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (l’Institut d’Études Politiques) and the École Nationale d’Administration (Saint-Exupéry class). She is a French national.
Current offices held
- CEO of Mentis
- Board member of Metabolic Explorer
- Board member of Imprimerie Nationale
- Other offices held in the last five years: none