Audrey Guibat Demont

Communications Manager
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Audrey is a communications professional with over 20 years’ experience in corporate communications, public relations, digital media and strategic communication, in both the private and not-for-profit sectors. Audrey is passionate about sustainability, innovation, employee engagement and digital communication. Audrey participates in events and conferences as a guest speaker and panelist on a range of topics including employee engagement, philanthropy, patient advocacy, and strategic communication in the not-for-profit sector.

Prior to joining the Wyss Center, Audrey was working at Medtronic where she held several roles in Communication, namely leading a global signature program to empower patients to advocate for access to health as part of Medtronic Foundation’s philanthropic mission. Prior to working at the global level, she’s held several communications roles in Switzerland and in Canada, including serving as Head of Corporate Affairs for a fast-moving consumer good company. Audrey has always been actively involved in volunteering in the local community and publicly recognized for her engagement in that space. She is also a member of the Nudge The Good Unit, a realized Worth Institute initiative to committed to innovative projects, research, analysis and public policy change to promote the practice and theory of corporate volunteering on a global scale.

Her most recent engagement consists in acting as a Sustainability Coach to support Canton de Vaud’s decarbonization efforts as part of a program led by Romande Energie.

Audrey holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Lausanne and a Master’s of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from Drake University in the United States. 

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