Caroline Flaissier is appointed general manager of the French federation, replacing Amélie Oudéa-Castéra

His previous had to leave his post after his appointment, in April, to the Ministry of Sports and the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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The French Tennis Federation (FFT) has found a new general manager. Caroline Flaissier was appointed to this post to replace Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, who became Minister of Sports, announced Friday, July 15, by the FFT. She will take office on “mid-September”.

After starting out in financial auditing, Caroline Flaissier spent twenty years in the energy sector (Total then Engie). Prior to her appointment, she worked for the organizational consulting firm Korn Ferry, the FFT said in a statement.

The General Manager “will have the mission of developing the activities of the Federation and the tournaments (Roland-Garros, Rolex Paris Masters, Greenweez Paris Premier Padel Major), in an ambitious and innovative approach, with a long-term vision, specifies the FFT. It will be in charge of guaranteeing the proper organization of the Olympic and Paralympic Games events which will take place at the stadium in the conclusion of the proceeding.

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