Ingrid NAPPI is an economist and tenured Professor at Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, where she teaches Real Estate Economics. She was Professor at Essec where she launched in 2002 the Real estate track and the Real Estate and Sustainable Development Chair as well as the Workplace Management research Chair.
She concentrates her research mainly on sustainable cities and sustainable real estate as well on work spaces in organisations in the context of the twin challenges of the widening social divide and increasing global warming.
She was co-leader of two working groups for the Plan Bâtiment Durable in France (French national Sustainable Construction Plan).
Past President and board member of ERES (European Real Estate Society), she is a scientific member of the Observatory of Architecture Economics launched by the French ministry of Culture.
She is also a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS).
She is :
-Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS).
– Past President of ERES (European Real Estate Society) and Board member of ERES.
– Member of several Scientific Committee (DTZ Research Institute, Observatory of Architecture Economics, etc.)
– Independant Director of Mercialys – Paris Index SBF120 (Casino Group) (2014-2020) and of the University Community of Paris Seine University (2015-2020). Member of the Management Board of ADI (Association des directeurs immobiliers) (2012-2016).
– Board Member of the Paris Val de Seine ENSA (School of Architecture)
– Member of the Cercle des Femmes de l’Immobilier.
– Pierre d’Or Award – Immobilier durable (2014) and nominated Knight of the National Order of Merit.