Sébastien Crozier, born in 1968, is the Orange Senior Vice President. He is also honorary President of ADEAS (Association for the protection of savings and employee shareholding)
He began his career in 1990 in the telematic activities for the Alten group, before taking over the General Management of a subsidiary as it spun off from the group. He joined France Télécom Multimédia in 1994 to prepare the launch of online services and as such participated in the launch of Wanadoo. In 1997, he was the producer of one of the biggest concerts in Paris that year, attracting 40,000 people to the Pelouse de Reuilly grounds for more than 24 hours. In 1998, he founded several start- ups in the area of online advertising and Internet access provision as a telecom operator, with more than 1.3 million customers under the Fnac, M6 and Société Générale brands. Following their acquisition in 2001 by France Télécom (which became Orange), he returned to the Group and became head of the strategy and innovation management of part of the Enterprise Division in 2003. He managed several subsidiaries in France and abroad on behalf of the Orange group, in Africa and Latin America, in the areas of innovation and international development. He represents Orange on the Board of Directors of GIE Atout France. During the 2001- 2002 presidential campaign, he acted as Jean-Pierre Chevènement’s permanent advisor on logistics and new technologies.
He is a sponsor member of the AROP. Sébastien Crozier studied at the École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs en Electrotechnique et Electronique (ESIEE) and at Universität Karlsruhe in the field of artificial intelligence. He is a French national.