Anne-Sophie Beauvais graduated from Sciences Po in 2001; she was in the same class as Emmanuel Macron.
In 2002, she began her career as a project manager in the Louvre Museum’s Communications Department.
She worked as a parliamentary assistant to Valérie Pécresse from 2002 to 2007.
In 2004, she was responsible for coordinating think tanks aimed at developing the UMP Candidate’s Program for the 2004 regional elections in Île-de-France.
In 2005, she became press relations manager for Dialogue & Initiative, a think tank headed by Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin at the time.
From 2007 to 2008, she served as an advisor to the Minister of Higher Education and Research. She was in charge of parliamentary affairs and liaison with elected officials.
Also, from 2006 to 2009, she was a maître de conférences, university lecturer, at Sciences Po where she taught a course called “Les coulisses de la vie politique” (Behind the scenes of political life).
In 2008, she joined Sciences Po as the manager in charge of donor relationships.
From 2010 to 2019, Anne-Sophie Beauvais was the managing director of Sciences Po Alumni.
In 2015, she founded Emile magazine, a quarterly news and debate magazine for Sciences Po Alumni. She was editor-in-chief for three years.
In 2018, she published On s’était dit rendez-vous dans vingt ans (We said we would meet in twenty years) with Plon, in which she profiles her former Sciences Po classmates from the “Macron Generation.” It features Natacha Polony, Matthias Fekl, Gaspard Gantzer, Florian Zeller and others.
In April 2020, she published Le ghetto with Calmann-Lévy, in which she focuses on the wealthiest city in France, Marnes-la-Coquette.