Launch of the ISRM France Chapter

We are delighted to announce the official launch of the ISRM France Chapter!

With its economy, multifaceted industries and rich cultural heritage, France presents a unique and challenging risk environment which calls for innovative risk management methods, application of best practices and the development of effective strategies to manage its diverse risks.

The ISRM France Chapter is not only dedicated to addressing these challenges within France but also aims to unite and serve the broader Francophone community.


We are honoured to welcome Alexandra Hoffmann as the Chair of the ISRM France Chapter!

Alexandra Hoffmann is the CEO of Crisis Ally, which helps Crisis Leaders and their teams build the right capabilities to thrive through crises. Crisis Ally serves clients internationally. Thanks to a career with the French government and large international corporations, Alexandra has rich operational and multicultural experience and strong expertise in Business Resilience, its boosting factors, and best practices for managing it.

Alexandra is regularly interviewed in the print media, including Authority Magazine, Business Insider, and Thrive Global, to discuss corporate resilience topics. She also writes for ASIS Security Management Magazine and the Crisis Response Journal and regularly presents at events.

Over the course of her career, Alexandra has volunteered for several organizations, such as the NYPD, the American Red Cross, and the French Red Cross.

Alexandra has an LLB in Criminal Law from Paris University, France, an M.Sc. in Corporate Security from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Alexandra is also a Certified Coach, trained in Neurosciences, and a Certified Yoga Teacher.

Last but not least, Alexandra is a mom of two!


With her leadership, the ISRM France Chapter is set to become a dynamic forum for sharing knowledge and insights and promoting collaboration among professionals passionate about risk management across all French-speaking countries.