Pascale Guiffant is an Agronomy Engineer specialized in Social Water Management, she also holds an Executive Master from Sciences Po Paris.
She joined SUEZ in 2001, working for Johannesburg Water Management where she defined the water and sanitation services development plan for informal settlements. Then she joined and led the program "Water for All" related to “access to water and sanitation services” projects for disadvantaged populations on all SUEZ contracts. In 2008, she co-created the Societal Engineering Direction where she has developed policies and methodologies related to Stakeholders Dialogue as well as partnerships with civil society.
Subsequently she led the International Communications Department of SUEZ: she notably worked on strategic issues of communication and reputation. She is currently Sustainable Development and Reputation Deputy Director of SUEZ and co-founder of the NGO WaterRightMakers.