Delphine Dupeux graduated in European law at University of Nijmegen in the Netherlands. Later, she completed her education with a master's in International public law at the Sorbonne University in Paris. She joined the United Nation team, the NGO Section of Economic and Social Council in Geneva and the International Labor Organization. After that, she joined the European Landowners’ Organization team and became a Director in European Affairs.
She is responsible for environmental, cultural heritage and energy issues. She is focusing on promoting land owners' value in conserving nature, ensuring sustainable management, and deploying solutions to global challenges in biodiversity development.