Friendly Associations and those associated with #JamaisSansElles.
Girl Power 3.0, the club of innovative and créative women entrepreneurs founded in 2006 in Paris.
Girl Power 3.0 is an independent women’s network of influence dedicated to supporting women and promoting their role in the digital world, in innovation and in entrepreneurship. A precursor in its field, it is the first French women’s network in this domain on this theme.
Created in 2006 by Created in 2006 the two Web and social networks pioneers
Tatiana F. Salomon (@tfsalomon) and Natacha Quester-Séméon(@natachaqs), Girl Power 3.0 brings together influential women, leaders and opinion makers (Michèle Fitoussi, Laurence Parisot, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet*, etc.) that stem from the worlds of information, digital technology politics, art, and includes women business leaders and entrepreneurs. Together, the Girls number almost 1 million followers on Twitter through their community on certified and influential networks.
Since its creation the club has promoted:
Positive values, a qualitative and inter-generational approach that values diversity.
Women’s Involvement: Promoting new entrepreneurial role models and digital opportunities.
For a decade its members have met several times a year in Paris and hosted personalities from the digital, artistic, cultural and political worlds. The club develops common initiatives and is regularly invited to conferences and évents, dedicated primarily to women in the digital world or women entrepreneurs.
The club meets in Paris in prominent venues, more particularly in the Capital’s Rive Gauche. The soirées are taking place presently at the Hotel de l’Industry (Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés, located in the 6th arrondissemnt of Paris). The evenings were hosted for two years at Hotel Lutetia. Special events have been organized in the heart of French cultural institutions, at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Ministry of Culture.
Among the themes discussed: innovation, digital education, new professions, role models, women in culture, science, technology, and how to encourage women to become coders.
Tatiana F-Salomon, strategy consultant, journalist, 3D architect, humanist. Co-chairwoman of the movement #JamaisSansElles. She is the Founding President of the humanist association “Les Humains Associés” (human-associes.org) founded in 1984. The association’s website was launched in 1994 and ranks among the top 10,000 sites created in the early days of the Web.
Natacha Quester-Séméon, entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO of the innovative agency youARhere, spokeswoman for #JamaisSansElles. For ten years now a woman of influence on the cutting-edge of the digital revolution (blogs, mobile video, social networks).
Michèle Fitoussi, writer and journalist (former editorial writer at the women’s magazine ELLE for 30 years).
Laurence Parisot, former President of the MEDEF (National Confederation of French Employers), former president of the IFOP (French national market research agency).
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, politician, former Secretary of State and Prospective Development of the Digital Economy, Minister for Ecology, candidate in the open primary of the right and center in the presidential elections of 2017.