Anne-Sophie Duroyon-Chavanne graduated from the University of Pantheon-Sorbonne in 2004 with a Master's degree in Art History and Classical Archaeology. She completed her training with a DESS in cultural heritage management and thus specialises in the management of cultural institutions and corporate heritage.
With her experience in the development of jewellery, photographic and graphic arts heritage within the Chanel and Chaumet Houses, she joined the Monnaie de Paris in 2006 to develop and promote the tangible and intangible heritage of the last factory in Paris. In 2008, she took the lead in the museum renovation program carried out as part of the MétaLmorphoses project and is jointly pursuing the enhancement and preservation of the art crafts of the Monnaie de Paris.
In 2017, she became Administrator of the Exhibitions and Collections Department. It supports the implementation and monitoring of the scientific and cultural project, including museum programming and operation, permanent collections and exhibitions, in its financial, legal and administrative dimensions, as well as cultural strategy.
Anne-Sophie Duroyon-Chavanne is also a member of PWN France, a club of businesswomen. She has become a reservist for the Republican Guard, taking up the rank of squadron leader, at the beginning of 2020. She dedicates some of her time to help the Republican Guard highlight its material and immaterial heritage.
At the beginning of March 2020, Anne-Sophie Duroyon-Chavanne, has become the head of the Institut National des Métiers d’Art (INMA, the French Artistic Crafts Council is in charge of promoting the professional sector of arts and crafts).
Alongside Luc Lesénécal, elected president of the Institut National des Métiers d’Art in December 2019, and with the INMA’s team, Anne-Sophie Duroyon-Chavanne will strengthen the structure, renew its missions and seal the integration between artistic crafts and the national label Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV - Living Heritage Companies (EPV).