CLERMONT-FERRAND, France—Adeline Challon-Kemoun was named executive vice president, brands, sustainable development, communications and public affairs for Michelin. She will join the tire maker April 3 as a member of its executive committee.
Challon-Kemoun, who will succeed Claire Dorland Clauzel, began her career in communications consultancy at Image 7. She then worked in general management positions as brands, marketing and communications director in industries including casinos, TV and aviation.
From 2015 to 2017, she was executive vice president, marketing, digital and communication at Air France-KLM, member of the group's Executive Committee.
Michelin noted that Dorland Clauzel will step down from her position on March 31 "to pursue an entrepreneurial project."