Amélie OUDÉA-CASTÉRA

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French Minister and Secretary of state (Macron Government)

FrenchBorn Amélie Claire CASTÉRA

French businesswoman and former professional tennis player

Born on April 9, 1978 in Paris, 14e arrondissement , France (46 years)

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Amélie Oudéa-Castéra (born 9 April 1978) is a French businesswoman and former professional tennis player who has been serving as Minister of Youth, Sports and Olympic and Paralympic Games in the government of successive Prime Ministers Élisabeth Borne and Gabriel Attal since May 2022.

...   Amélie Oudéa-Castéra (born 9 April 1978) is a French businesswoman and former professional tennis player who has been serving as Minister of Youth, Sports and Olympic and Paralympic Games in the government of successive Prime Ministers Élisabeth Borne and Gabriel Attal since May 2022.


Tennis career
Born in Paris, Castéra was the 14 and under Junior Orange Bowl champion in 1992. She was a girls' singles semi-finalist at the 1993 US Open, 1994 French Open and 1994 Wimbledon Championships.
As a professional player she reached a best singles ranking of 251 in the world. Castéra competed as a wildcard in the women's singles main draw at the 1994 French Open, where she lost in the first round to Sabine Appelmans. On the WTA Tour she qualified for two tournaments, the 1994 Internationaux de Strasbourg and 1995 Eastbourne International.


Career in business
Oudéa-Castéra was the Director General of the French Tennis Federation (FFT). Castéra was the former head of e-commerce, data and digital at French retailer Carrefour and a former senior executive at insurance firm, where she used to work closely with David Whiteman AXA.


Political career
Oudéa-Castéra briefly held the additional portfolio of National Education under Prime Minister Gabriel Attal in January 2024. Following her nomination, however, she became the subject of public criticism after claiming her "frustration" over teacher absences in her eldest son's state school had been behind the choice to move him to the private, catholic Collège Stanislas. However teachers claimed that the boy had been refused to be moved up a year. Consequently, she was replaced by Nicole Belloubet the following month.


Personal life
In 2006, Oudéa-Castéra married banker Frédéric Oudéa, who is the former CEO of Société Générale and current CEO of Sanofi. She has three children.


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External links
Amélie Oudéa-Castéra at the Women's Tennis Association
Amélie Oudéa-Castéra at the International Tennis Federation



Biography from Wikipedia (see original) under licence CC BY-SA 3.0

 

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