Founder of the Club 2030 Afrique think tank, Khaled Igue is also Director of Public Partnerships OCP International.
A trained Engineer, Khaled Igué is a energy, industrial and economic expert; He works with African institutions and governments to develop models for the economic and social emergence of the continent.
Club 2030 Afrique innovates in the field of ideas for sustainable economic and social development of African countries.
Khaled Igué joined the OCP Group as Director of Public and Institutional Partnerships for Africa after an experience at Eurogroup Consulting one of the European leaders in Strategy and Organization and significant experience at AREVA, one of the leaders in the energy industry.
Khaué Igué is Master’s degree in Public Affairs, Africa Potential gradudate from Sciences Po Paris, he is also Master’s degree in Economics graduate from the University of Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne, a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering graduate from National Institute of Applied Sciences of Strasbourg.
Khaled Igué is Young Leader (2017) of the AfricaFrance Foundation and Emerging Leader (2016) of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Khaled Igué est Young Leader (2017) de la Fondation AfricaFrance et Emerging Leader (2016) de la German Marshall Fund des Etats-Unis.
He has just been designated Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
Trained in Benin, France and the United States before going to work at Areva, he has always worked between the two continents.