The association created a “Women’s Council” made up of leaders and VIPs from the world of business, the media, and the worlds of culture and politics.
The women’s council has a very broad vision of the specific contributions, and of the major rôle, of women of great talent in various fields of endeavor.
Together they have a well-stocked address book, which can be consulted where necessary to help events or conference organizers identify women experts and relevant speakers on a variety of topics.
Discover the members of the Women’s Council of #JamaisSansElles :
Tatiana F-Salomon, strategy consultant, journalist, 3D architect, humanist. Founding President of the humanist associationLes Humains Associés (human-associes.org) established 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. She is the Founder and Co-chairwoman of the movement #JamaisSansElles. Complete bio.
Natacha Quester-Séméon, entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO of the innovative agency youARhere, co-founder of Girl Power 3.0, the club of innovative and creative women entrepreneurs since 2006, spokeswoman for #JamaisSansElles, for 12 years now a woman of influence on the cutting-edge of the digital revolution (blogs, mobile video, social networks). Complete bio.
Laurence Parisot, former President of the MEDEF (French Business Confederation) the largest employers’ federation in France, former president of IFOP (French Institute of Public Opinion). She is also a member of the Board of Directors of BNP-Paribas and EDF (Electricity of France). Complete bio
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, politician, former Minister of the Digital Economy (2009–2010), Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing (2010-2012), candidate in the open primary of the right and center (presidential elections 2017). Complete bio.
Michèle Fitoussi, writer and journalist (former editorial writer at the women’s magazine ELLE for 30 years). Writer: novels, essays, documents, plays, scenarios for TV, co-founder of the festival for female playwrights “Le Paris des Femmes“. Complete bio.
Claira Gaymard, French personality in the world of business, senior public servant and writer, president of the RAISE Endowment Fund, President and CEO of General Electric France from 2006 to 2016, appointed 2009 Vice-President of General Electric International. Complete bio.
Nicole Bacharan, a Franco-American political scientist specializing in American society and Franco-American relations, writer (books, essays, novels), associate researcher with the National Foundation of Political Science (Sciences Po) and National Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in California. Complete bio.
Sara Daniel, senior reporter specialized in the Middle East, head of the foreign service department at the Nouvel Observateur. In 2006 she won the Prix Louis Hachette, Prix Goncourt for journalism / print media for her article “Gi’s dans l’enfer irakien” (G.I.’s in Iraqi Hell”). Complete bio.
Laure de la Raudière, French politician, deputy in the 3rd district of the Eure-et-Loir department, mayor of Saint-Denis-des-Puits since 2012, member of The Conseil national du numérique (French Digital Council, abbreviated CNNum or less commonly CNN) since 2013.Complete bio.
Corinne Lepage, lawyer, French politician committed to protecting the environment, former Minister of the Environment from 1995 to 1997. She is the founder and President since 1996 of CAP21/Le Rassemblement Citoyen (Citizenship, Action, Participation for the 21st Century), member of the European Parliament from 2009 to 2014. Complete bio.
Axelle Lemaire, Franco-Canadian politician and legal expert. In 2012 she was elected member of the 3rd constituency of French residents overseas (United Kingdom), Secretary of State for Digital Affairs (2014 to 2017). Complete bio.
Catherine Barba, Web pioneer, expert in e-commerce and digital transformation, entrepreneur (CB Group USA). In 2004 she created the shopping portal Cashstore.fr and the e-business consulting firm Malinea. Administrator and Business Angel of innovative start-ups. Complete Bio.
Moira Marguin, head of the digital division at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (2003 – 2010). Since 2010 Head of the the 3-D Animation Department at the Gobelins. L’École de L’Image is a school of visual communication and arts in Paris. Animated film director, teacher, member of “Girl Power 3.0” (the club of innovative and creative women entrepreneurs) and “Femmes d’Anim”. Complete bio.
The Girl Power 3.0 club supports the #JamaisSansElles movement. The aim of Girl Power 3.0 since 2006 has been to support innovative women, to develop common initiatives, and to bring their vision to societal issues in a rapidly changing world