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In charge of The Olympic Museum’s programmes


Born in 1963 and a graduate of the University of Lausanne (BA, History of Art), Anne Chevalley has been in charge of The Olympic Museum’s programmes since January 2014, having been head of the institution’s Educational and Cultural Services for over 20 years.
She has spearheaded a significant number of projects designed to explore the various facets of sport – and its links with human and social sciences, art, and culture – through exhibitions, workshops and publications.
Skilled in many different fields, Anne likes to break down barriers and seek common ground between the most varied of viewpoints. 

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