Henri Brebant is an MPA student at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he explores democratic governance and technology policy. At HKS, Henri is vice-president of the Future Society and the European Club and was a research assistant on economic fairness at DigitalHKS.
Born and raised in France, Henri started his career working for a start-up incubator in Paris and at the French public bank for entrepreneurs, Bpifrance. He later joined the consultancy Roland Berger, where he advised public organizations on strategy, digital transformation, technological roadmaps and European partnerships. Before HKS, Henri participated to the creation of a user-centric public bank for local governments. Most recently, Henri conducted research on collective intelligence with The GovLab in NYC.
Henri earned a MSc in Engineering from CentraleSupelec, a MPhil in Technology Policy from the University of Cambridge. He received training on data science at Ecole Polytechnique and design thinking at ESSEC.