1985 [Still alive]

After completing a degree in history and studies in information and communication at the ENS de Lyon, Elisa diverted from her initial ambition to become a journalist focused on creating portraits, diving instead into the fashion world. She later made strides at the fashion PR agency TOTEM, working with names like Manish Arora, Charlie Le Mindu, and Iris Van Herpen. Socially active, she co-founded the Pantin Family solidarity community in Seine-Saint-Denis in 2018, which now unites 10,000 residents. With a deep passion for writing, particularly slam poetry, she now serves the fashion industry by teaching at specialized schools, sharing her expertise in communication, press relations, marketing (ABM)..., while also working for agencies specializing in social media and influence.

"If you want it, just go for it." - Manish Arora


1985 [Still going]

Elisa's method, applied across her diverse projects, embodies a thorough critical analysis, diligent trend monitoring, and a holistic vision, blending entrepreneurship with intrapreneurship. This approach is enriched by a variety of tools and metric analyses to foster cross-functional synergy and continuous team development. At its core, her strategy prioritizes continuous learning, collaboration, and a collective ethos, key for project success. Furthermore, her methodologies emphasize process optimization to boost efficiency and sustainability. Significantly, her approach incorporates a social and solidarity economy perspective, placing community engagement and mutual support at the heart of her professional ethics.

"Our head is round to allow thoughts to change direction." - Francis Picabia

Pantin Family

2018 [Still going]

The "Pantin Family" initiative is reshaping how community engagement operates, turning social media interactions into meaningful face-to-face connections. Initiated in 2018 through Facebook to foster community support in Pantin, it swiftly transitioned into a vibrant association. By hosting real-life gatherings and initiatives, it significantly contributes to the local community's well-being. With the aid of 13 volunteers, it now connects 10,000 locals, making it a pivotal element of solidarity within the 93 department. Remarkably, this achievement comes from those who were originally newcomers to the world of non-profit organizations. Standing as a testament to the impact of social entrepreneurship, "Pantin Family" addresses the direct needs of the community. Demonstrating that impactful social change is achievable without prior association management experience, it challenges us to reconsider our methods of interaction, mutual aid, and communal living.

"Pantin Family is the MacGyver of Pantin" - a Pantin resident


1992 [Still going]

From her earliest years, Elisa immersed herself in the realm of writing, experimenting with a wide array of styles and genres. As a teenager, she ventured into rap. Her preparatory classes broadened her literary spectrum towards short stories, a field she gradually expanded into erotic writing, which she adores. On her professional path, Elisa has penned portraits of writers for fashion magazines, like her piece on Pierre Souchon for DEDICATE. She has also contributed to highly experimental fashion columns, questioning, for instance, the feasibility of wearing a flamenco dancer's dress to pick up her daughter from school in a small town of 20,000 residents, for the media outlet ALL.I.C. On social media, she shares mini-narratives blending daily observations with bursts of imagination. Gradually, somewhat bewilderingly, Elisa found herself drawn into the world of slam, enriching her creative arc with contributions to a photography book: during the INSTANTS residency at Château Palmer, where Henrike Stahl captured the work of vineyard workers and the transmission of knowledge between generations. What fascinates her is the rhythm, the mix of languages, the non-linearity of voices and words, showcasing her ceaseless quest for literary deconstructions and breakthroughs.

"Dans cette honnêteté-là. J'étais à nu, sans peau de secours, sans reset, sans gilet jaune, et sans masque. " - Elisa Palmer

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