For international Women’s Day 2018, Societe Generale asked 6 female members of its IT service to share their point of view on working in this sector.
Interview with Evelyne Chagneau
“Things are going in the right direction for women in IT.” Evelyne Chagneau, Global Head of IT for Equity & Derivatives for the Service Unit Resources (Global Banking & Investor Solutions), has worked in two very male-dominated areas: IT and trading rooms.
Interview with Isabelle Debeaupuis
The IT locomotive! Isabelle Debeaupuis, Director of IT Architecture in the Resources Service Unit - International Banking Networks (IRBS), joined Societe Generale two years ago. Portrait of a woman who is IT through and through.
Interview with Olivia Dutheil
When you’re designing a user experience (UX) and an interface (UI), you’re looking for a balance. A balance between creativity, technical skills and human qualities, a visual balance, a balance between customer and user requirements, etc. This is precisely why diversity is important in our field.
Interview with Sylvie Clémot
Sylvie Clémot, Global Head of Digital Workplace Services at Societe Generale, has been striving to improve diversity in the workplace for several years. Sylvie is an IT engineer who has spent most of her career working in IT infrastructure. She is convinced that IT is an opportunity for women... and that they should not let it pass them by!
Women in the banking sector
Watch Laure Quennouëlle-Corre, Research Director at the CNRS, and Sabine Effosse, University Professor (Paris Nanterre), share their view of the role of women in the workplace.In this video, they also mention their international symposium on “Women who count” and discuss the progress made by women in the banking and financial sector since the 19th century.
The theme for International Women’s Day, 8 March, is “Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives”. This year, International Women’s Day comes on the heels of unprecedented global movement for women’s rights, equality and justice.