L’Oréal

Between L’Oréal and EVE, it’s about, above all, sharing common values: the importance of human capital that is at the very center of our company and the development of each and everyone’s talents. It is also the belief that gender diversity is a source of personal enrichment, open-mindedness, dynamism and performance for management, teams and organizations. Achieving parity in our Management Committees internationally does not mean that the battle is over. Gender equality is not only a women’s concern; it is a global societal issue that motivates both women and men to go further to reach equality. We can testify that the EVE adventure with the launch of the program in Europe in 2010, in Asia-Pacific in 2014 and the first edition in Africa in 2017 is showing beneficial results for L’Oréal.

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Sylvie Pecher Picard

Sylvie Pecher Picard

Program Director-Corporate University, SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE

Adeline Henri

Adeline Henri

Directrice du développement des talents KPMG

Stéphanie Bonnivert

Stéphanie Bonnivert

Learning, employability and gender diversity manager CREDIT AGRICOLE

Katia Sukurica

Katia Sukurica

Responsable Développement de Carrière Cadres Dirigeants & Management, Groupe CAISSE DES DEPOTS

Francesca Aceto

Francesca Aceto

Director of SNCF au Féminin Network

Yasmina Jaidi

Yasmina Jaidi

International Learning Director Leadership & Culture

Chantal Legendre

Chantal Legendre

Talent Management Leaders Director ORANGE

Laurence Baret

Laurence Baret

Talent & Competencies Director R&I, Quality and HCN