The Section Internationale, La Celle-Saint-Cloud & Noisy-le-Roi is run by APESEB (Association des Parents d’Elèves de la Section Britannique), a non-profit organisation made up of parent volunteers.
Meet the current Committee members
Marie-Hélène GODINOT has been a member of the committee since 2012. It is essential for her to offer her three kids a bi-lingual and bi-cultural education in France for them to leverage on their fluency in English gained during their 12 years abroad. She was happy to find a dynamic and serious international section in La Celle-Saint-Cloud where they then decided to live. After more than 10 years experience in all strategic HR aspects, mainly Training and Career Development, for telco companies in Paris and Singapore, she started to work in London for various voluntary organisations. Since her return to Paris in September 2012, she is a career coach for La Ligue contre le Cancer and other charities, helping people going back to work after a long disease.
Yvonne REMOND-MURPHY has been a member of the Section Internationale since 2011. Born in Ireland, her first international experience brought her to Germany, where she worked for two years in Köln. She moved to France in 2002, where she is currently working for the Conseil Départemental des Yvelines.
Geoffroy GOFFINET has been a member of the Association since 2016 and joined the Committee in 2017. Geoffroy completed his Finance degree at Bangor University in Wales and then joined Banque de France. He had the opportunity to work abroad twice in New York as Banque de France representative in 2009/2010 and at the European Banking Authority in London in 2014/2016. Geoffroy has two children who follow the integrated program in the Section Internationale of La Celle-Saint-Cloud.
LYNNE MPHANDE has been a member of the Association since 2014 and joined the Committee in 2014. She serves on the marketing committee and is charge of offline marketing. Born in Scotland, Lynne completed her law degree at Edinburgh University and then became a qualified solicitor. She moved to France in 2000 to work as an in house lawyer in the Oil and Gas industry where she is currently employed. Lynne has four children, three of whom are in the Section Internationale in La Celle-Saint-Cloud.
Section Internationale’s Parent Representative : WEDNESDAY
Payal VOHRA is a parent representative of the Wednesday programme and has been a member of the Section Internationale since 2017.
Parent Representative : COLLEGE PASTEUR
Orla GLEESON-COHEN is a parent representative of the College Pasteur and has been a member of the Section Internationale since 2016.
Parent Representative : COLLEGE LA QUINTINYE
Teri BILLON is a parent representative of the College La Quintinye in Noisy-Le-Roi and has been a member of the Section Internationale since 2016.
Cécile CHEVALIER-ROTTMAN has been a member of the Association since 2013, and involved in the community since 2014. She joined the Committee in 2016. After two years spent in Boston with her family, it was essential for her to offer her two kids a bi-lingual and bi-cultural education. Also, an ongoing involvement with the Section Internationale’s community was self-evident. With over 15 years managing marketing, communication and strategy for banks and consulting companies, she offered to contribute what little time she could to the Marketing Committee to bolster the visibility of this bilingual program.
Alexandra DENIZET is in Marketing committee. Her family moved to La Celle St Cloud in July 2013 from London where they had been living for 3 years. Her goal for 2014-2015 was to create a Section Internationale, La Celle St Cloud & Noisy, student directory to link parents and enable more parents to volunteer. Alex is from Long Island, New York but visits her family in New Jersey and Southern Vermont. Professionally, she started working in Paris, in banking, after graduating from Mount Holyoke College. She worked for Compagnie Parisienne de Réescompte and Société Générale. She worked in communication & advertising at Select Communications (Paris & New York) and at the French Government Tourist Office in NY.