Iris Estival-David specialized in international criminal law, animal protection and in the law governing the rights of indigenous populations.
She was assigned to Brussels as part of a lobbying group for animal protection. She worked at the SGAE (French General Secretariat for European Affairs), which is a service of the French Prime Minister’s office. She also worked for the Ministry of the Economy, Regional Planning and Development in Cameroon to promote the sustainable management of Cameroon’s forests.
Iris Estival-David broadened her knowledge by studying International Relations at H.E.C., and project finance as part of a Master’s degree at the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris. Her final university course is in anthropology (ethnomedicine), at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Strasbourg and the Sainte-Anne Hospital in Paris.
Having been initiated into various traditions by traditional healers and also by shamans from the College of Ancestral Shamanism and the Circle of Wisdom, she was co-opted as a fully-fledged member of the College of Ancestral Shamanism in 2016. She has also taught in a wide range of disciplines such as psychotherapy and FasterEFT.
Personal website: IrisEstivalDavid.com