Former government spokesperson Sibeth Ndiaye has been appointed secretary general of Adecco France, the Swiss group Adecco, the world’s number one in temporary work, announced Thursday.
She will be in charge of “public affairs, legal affairs, communication and employment solutions” and a member of the executive committee.
Aged 41, Sibeth Ndiaye was one of Emmanuel Macron’s closest collaborators, first at Bercy as his press advisor, then during his campaign and finally at the Elysee Palace as director of communication, before enter the government as Secretary of State and spokesperson.
Previously, she had been press advisor to Claude Bartolone, then president of the general council of Seine-Saint-Denis, then to Arnaud Montebourg in Bercy under the mandate of François Hollande.
Known for her outspokenness, she left the government during the July 2020 reshuffle, after having focused criticism by her statements deemed clumsy on the masks, also reflecting the procrastination of the executive and experts.