The association created a “Women’s Council” composed of leaders and key figures from the business community, the media, the worlds of culture, digital technology, science and politics. It is chaired by Laurence Parisot, founding member of our movement.
The women’s council has a very broad vision of the specific contributions, and of the major role 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, founder and president of the movement #JamaisSansElles. Strategy consultant, journalist, 3D architect, humanist. Founding President of the humanist association Les 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. Co-founder of Girl Power 3.0, the club of innovative and creative women entrepreneurs since 2006. Complete bio.
Natacha Quester-Séméon, executive director and spokeswoman for #JamaisSansElles. 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, 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, from 2005 to 2013 (largest employers’ federation in France), former president of IFOP (French Institute of Public Opinion), currently chairwoman at Citigroup in France, founding member of #JamaisSansElles, chairs the Women’s Council. 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.
Muriel Domenach, ambassador, Permanent Representative of the French Delegation to NATO in Brussels. Former Secretary General of the CIPDR (Interdepartmental Committee for the for the prevention of crime and radicalization).
Sophie Viger, managing director of “42”, former director of the Web@cadémie, the Samsung Campus and of the Coding Academy by Epitech. Complete bio.
Rachel Kahn, classical dancer, French athletics champion, legal advisor in international public law, executive director of “1000 Visages” (“1000 Faces”) association, president of the LICRA Youth and Sport Commission, appointed Co-Director of La Place, the HIP HOP cultural center in the city of Paris in 2020.
Pauline Carmona, Unit Manager and Diplomatic Advisor in the cabinet of the Prime Minister, former president of Femmes et diplomatie (Women and Diplomacy), since 2018 supporter of #JamaisSansElles in the diplomatic corps.
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.
Bouchera Azzouz, author and filmmaker, founding president of the association Les Ateliers du féminisme populaire (popular feminism workshops), member of the board of directors of the INA (Institut national de l’audiovisuel/National Audiovisual Institute).
Muriel Jasor, editor-in-chief at Les Echos since January 2014 (Leadership & Management). Previously she had been Head of Department (Management, 2012), after moving to London for the newspaper. She began her career at Les Echos first by following the daily affairs of the business bank then those of the regulated professions (lawyers, etc.) and the board.
Irene Tolleret, member of the European Parliament; winemaker.
Julia Minkowski, associate criminal lawyer, co-founder president of the Women’s Criminal Justice Club.
Gabrielle Halpern, holds a PhD philosophy and is an associate researcher and graduate of the Ecole normale supérieure. She worked in various ministerial offices before participating in the development of startups and advising companies and public institutions. Her research focuses in particular on the concept of the hybridization. She is the author of “Tous centaures! Éloge de l’hybridation”, Paris, Le Pommier, 2020.
Ilana Cicurel, member of the European Parliament, member of the Culture and Education Committee of the European Parliament, Secretary General of the “Laboratoire de la République”, Creator of the collective “Je m’engage pour l’école!”
Véronique Reille Soult, president and founder of Backbone Consulting, specialist in reputation management and conversational strategies, expert in opinion management and on-line crisis communication.
Claudine Monteil, writer, historian, honorary consul, original member of the MLF (Women’s Liberation Movement), friend and biographer of Simone de Beauvoir.
Claude Roiron, ministerial delegate for equality between girls and boys at the Ministry of National Education, former president of the General Council of Indre-et-Loire.
Chantal Roche, founder and honorary president of the association “Avec les femmes de la Défense”, doctor, promoted general. Today consultant vice-president of the French association of women doctors.
Audrey Bourolleau, agricultural entrepreneur, heads La Boissière and the Hectar Agricultural School, former adviser for Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry and Rural Development to the President of the Republic Complete bio.
Moïra Marguin, Head Of Development at Institut Artline. Former 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
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