Born in the Paris region, Caroline Neyron graduated from the University of Sorbonne in Public Affairs and Political Administration.
After working for the Mayor of Paris as a special advisor in charge of foresight and communication, she joined the association Unicités as Director of Social Innovation and Programs, where she undertook several national missions on the issue of civil service and common good.
In 2016, she became the executive director of the Social Entrepreneurs French Movement (Mouves), which became Mouvement Impact France in 2020. Under her leadership, the Movement became the first employer organization for social and environmental impact actors, gradually establishing itself as a key player in French political sphere. Thanks to her commitment, the Movement has achieved several significant political and legislative victories on issues such as gender equality at work, climate transition, social impact, and support for tech for good.