Melanie Courbet is a consultant in projects development and communication specialized in Art and Design. Her current collaborations include Studio Dror, Shine on Sierra Leone and Tribewanted. Melanie also advocates for the Arts Education on the board of Love and Art for Children's Foundation.
Born and raised in Paris, she received her education in the University Paris 8 where she double majored in Anthropology-Sociology and Sciences of Information and Communication. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2005 Melanie has curated and coordinated numerous shows and exhibitions. She has developed a substantial portfolio of clients both in the US and abroad. Ms. Ghannoudi-Courbet has also developed and completed projects with international organizations such as Love and Art for Children Foundation and Shine on Sierra Leone. She has shown versatile skills in working with a wide scope of artists, designers and established brands including Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy Group, Thom Mayne at Morphosis Architects, Le Musee des Arts Decoratifs at Le Louvre in Paris, Le Carousel du Louvre, Christie’s, The Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Los Angeles and the Ministry of Culture and Communication in France. Melanie was published in numerous French publications and worked as a columnist for the Ben Franklin Post in 2008.