< Back Louise Adam obtained a double Bachelor’s degree in History at the Sorbonne, and Chinese at the Diderot University, focused on Contemporary Affairs both in Paris, France. She first experienced humanitarian emergencies when she was sixteen years old and was volunteering in a Burmese refugee camp in northern Thailand. She also volunteered in Calais and in Paris to support refugee children to get an in-depth understanding of the humanitarian emergencies. Because of these experiences she decided to get a Masters in Human Rights at the London School of Economics. At the same time, she discovered social entrepreneurship through different internships. She is now helping entrepreneurs to accelerate their projects in an organization called makesense.