Thomas worked as a consultant at PACT European Affairs for three years, where he specialised particularly in comitology, internal market legislation, digital policies and technical standardisation. He joined EPPA in 2018 following a merger with PACT.
In 2014, Thomas was awarded first prize in an inter-university lobbying competition organised by the Paris-based consultancy Spin Partners. He proposed an advocacy strategy for UNICEF to increase childhood support under French public development aid.
He holds a Master’s degree in European politics and administration from the College of Europe in Bruges and a Master’s degree in European governance from Sciences Po Grenoble, with a focus on EU secondary legislation, institutional processes, and financial services regulation. He also spent a few months at the Université Libre de Bruxelles/IEE.
Thomas speaks French and English and has a good command of Italian.
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