Anne Vitrey graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (US) (Master in Civilisation and Philology) as well as from the Panthéon Sorbonne University in Paris (PHD in Human Sciences and Civilisation) and from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Public Service section).
She worked for the United Nations and for the French Senate before becoming an Official of the European Institutions (European Parliament) where she has developed most of her career in communication and parliamentary committees. She was seconded to the Temporary Committee on the Reform of the European Commission after the dismissal of the Santer Commission.
As Director for Budgetary Affairs (2005-2017), she was responsible for the activities related to the Budget and Budgetary Control on behalf of this Institution. She contributed to all institutional negotiations on the EU Budget and Multi Annual Financial Framework. She participated in the High Level Group on the Reform of Own Resources (Monti Group) and contributed to the drafting of the report (2015-2017).
She is a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges (Public Finances) and at the Collegio Europeo di Parma. She is a coordinator for European studies at the ENA (Ecole Nationale d’Administration). She regularly contributes to seminars, round tables and publications on (European) Institutional and Budgetary matters.