Modern administration leads all the women’s networks in the administration. It works for gender equality at all levels of institutions, because parity is one of the conditions for the quality of public decision-making and good governance.
Site Internet : http://www.administrationmoderne.com
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/administration-moderne-179262147/
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AdministrationModerne/
Twitter : https://twitter.com/admoderne
Contact : Nathalie Pilhes, Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alliance for Gender Equality in Business (AME)is the first corporate network in favor of gender equality in the workplace, bringing together the network managers of 18 major companies. Its objective is to consolidate the good practices of each network in order to better and more quickly establish professional equality between women and men.
Site Internet : https://ame-association.fr
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/l-ame-l-alliance-pour-la-mixité-en-entreprise-a60275147/
Contact : Corinne Hardy, Présidente Corinne.Hardy2@sanofi.com; email@example.com
Alter Egales, Caisse des Dépôts Group’s gender equality network to bring together women and men, executives and non-executives, who are committed to the development of equality, diversity and otherness in the workplace. The values of solidarity and benevolence are shared and expressed through the actions and programs carried out with the members of the network.
The BNP Paribas MixCity Association is working to promote gender diversity within BNP Paribas. It was created by and for the women of the group in order to facilitate the accession of women to senior management positions and to promote a better balance of life times.
Site Internet : http://www.association-bnpparibas-mixcity.com/
Groupe LinkedIn : https://fr.linkedin.com/company/association-bnp-paribas-mixcity
Twitter : @BNPP_MixCity
Instagram : @bnpp_mixcity
Contact : Ariane Bénard Mechler, co-Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Association of Territorial Administrators of France (AATF)groups together senior territorial civil servants carrying out their missions, under the authority of elected officials, in communities with more than 40,000 inhabitants. The AATF is also a think tank contributing to the public debate on the evolution of public management and on the issues of professional equality between women and men.
Site Internet : https://www.administrateurs-territoriaux.asso.fr/
Facebook : Association des Administrateurs Territoriaux de France
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/votreaatf
Twitter : @AATF_Assoc
Contact : Françoise Belet, Déléguée Nationale en charge de l’égalité professionnelle Femmes/Hommes : email@example.com
AFFJ – the French Association of Women Lawyers aims to promote the place of women, both in their professional activity and in civil society, nationally and internationally. The AFFJ observes the evolution of society and proposes, promotes and enforces the legal rules accompanying this transformation.
Site Internet : http://www.affj.fr/
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/association-fran%C3%A7aise-des-femmes-juristes
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/femmesfrancaisesjuristes/
Twitter : @AFFJwomen
Contact : Marie L’Hermite, vice-Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
Association for Women Executives in Higher Education, Research and Innovation (AFDESRI) : AFDESRI aims to promote the place of women in leadership positions in all ESRI institutions, through training, mentoring and an annual seminar. What is the objective? Breaking the glass ceiling
Site Internet : https://afdesri.fr
General mailbox : email@example.com
Groupe LinkedIn : https://fr.linkedin.com/in/afdesri-4a8710177
Facebook : https://fr-fr.facebook.com/Afdesri/
Contact : Sophie Béjean, Présidente de l’Afdesri : firstname.lastname@example.org
Association With the women of the defense Af1d2 is the first women’s network of the Ministry of the Armed Forces designed to advance the legitimacy and visibility of women in the Defense and Armed Forces. It has 400 female members of all ranks since launching in June 2016, 10% of whom are men.
General mailbox : email@example.com
Facebook : avec les femmes de la défense
BPW France :Our landmark annual EQUAL PAY DAY® event enshrines the principle of gender equality. This event was launched by BPW in 1988 in the United States for the first time, in 2008 in Europe and in 2009 in France. EDP 2020: March 25 in 14 cities in France.
Site Internet : http://www.bpw.fr/
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/bpwfrance
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/groups/BPW-France-4336705
Twitter : https://twitter.com/bpwfrance
Contact : Agnès Bricard, Présidente de BPW France : firstname.lastname@example.org
CentraleSupelec in the feminine is open to all students and alumni of Ecole Centrale Paris and Ecole Supélec. Our vocation: to accompany women in their career, to create links and mutual aid by creating moments of meeting, sharing and exchanges in order to work in the sense of creating life together.
Site Internet : https://association.centraliens.net/group/centrale-au-feminin/73?
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4452951/
Twitter : @CentraleSupGirl
Facebook : CentraleSupelec au Féminin
Contact : Gabriela Belaid, Présidente : email@example.com
InterElles Circle : The InterElles Circle has been committed for 18 years to promoting gender diversity and professional equality in the scientific and technological sectors. It includes the following networks: Air Liquide, Canon, CEA, Dassault Systèmes, EDF, Engie, GE, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, NGE, Orange, Orano, SAP and Schlumberger.
Site Internet : http://www.interelles.com/
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/cercle-interelles/?originalSubdomain=ph
Twitter : @InterElles
Contact : Catherine Ladousse, Présidente du Cercle : firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultur’Elles is the women’s network of the Ministry of Culture, created in November 2017 to advocate for women’s rights, defend professional equality, combat gender stereotypes and fight against all forms of sexism within the Ministry.
ENA 50-50 is an association of students and former students of the École nationale d’administration committed to gender equality in the public service. Advocacy, coaching of candidates for the entrance exam and sensitization of ENA students to equality issues are the main levers of action of the association.
WIL Europe is a network of more than 300 influential women from the private, public and academic sectors that promotes the advancement of women to the highest level of responsibility for its members and its talent program.
Site Internet : www.wileurope.org
LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-network-for-women-in-leadership-wil-europe-/
Twitter : https://twitter.com/wileurope?lang=en
Contact : Alexandra Lacroix, Déléguée Générale : email@example.com
European Women Lawyers Association (EWLA)is a federation of national associations of women lawyers from the countries of the European Union and EFTA, with the objective of promoting equality and fundamental rights in the application of European law and policy. Chairperson: Katharina Miller.
Site Internet : https://www.ewla.org/
LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-women-lawyers-association-ewla
Facebook : @theEWLA
Twitter : @ewla1
Contact : Claire Poirson, Administratrice : firstname.lastname@example.org
Federation of Women Directors (FFA) – The Federation of Women Directors promotes the link between quality governance and new profiles on boards of directors. The FFA brings together professional networks of women: chartered accountants, lawyers, judicial officers, senior civil servants.
Site Internet : http://www.federation-femmes-administrateurs.com
LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/companyfederation-femmes-administrateurs-ffa/
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pg/FederationFemmesAdministrateurs/
Twitter : @FedFemAdm
Contact : Agnès Arcier, Présidente de la FFA : email@example.com
Women Entrepreneurs France (FCE) – FCE is a territorial network with 60 delegations in France, 2000 members and an international federation FCEM. Since 1945 we have been acting for a fair place for women in economic governance with 600 mandates.
Site Internet : https://www.fcefrance.com
Facebook : FCE – Femmes Chefs d’Entreprises
Groupe LinkedIn : Femmes Chefs d’Entreprise
Twitter : @FCEFrance
Instagram : FCEMonde
Contact : Carine Rouvier, Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Women Entrepreneurs (FCEM) is a pioneering association of women entrepreneurs around the world. Founded in France in 1945, it quickly spread to the 5 continents, bringing together in a vast wave of friendship and solidarity, women who share a common interest, the entrepreneurial spirit.
Site Internet : https://www.fcem.org
Facebook : FCEM – Femmes Chefs D’Entreprises Mondiales
Groupe LinkedIn : Femmes Chefs d’Entreprise Mondiales FCEM
Twitter : @FCEMonde
Instagram : FCEMonde
Contact : Marie Christine Oghly, World President : email@example.com
Women of Bercy promotes the role and place of women in positions of responsibility within the economic and financial ministries. It is a space for reflection, exchange, support in the stages of women’s careers, and acts as a force for proposals.
Twitter : @femmesdebercy
Contact : Hélène Crocquevieille-Eyssartier, Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
Women of the Interior : Created in 2013, Femmes de l’Intérieur aims to strengthen exchanges between female executives of the Ministry of the Interior, gain recognition for women’s skills and expertise, and promote professional equality in the exercise of responsibilities and appointments.
Site Internet : https://www.femmes-interieur.fr/ ou email@example.com
General mailbox : firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Femmes.Interieur.association
Twitter : @FemmesInterieur / https://twitter.com/FemmesInterieur
Contact : Anne Badonnel, vice-Présidente : email@example.com
Incorporated as an association in June 2014, Women of Justice is a mixed association, made up of members from several professions in the Ministry of Justice: FDJ acts to advance public policy in favor of gender equality and to ensure that the issue of ordinary sexism, which permeates the world of work, is addressed within the Ministry of Justice and the courts.
Site Internet : https://www.femmes-de-justice.fr/
LinkedIn : https://cr.linkedin.com/company/femmesdejustice
Twitter : @FemmesDeJustice
Contact : Ombeline Mahuzier, Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
Women of Law, Women of Exceptionis a network of French and foreign women lawyers, from different legal professions. It promotes ethics, gender equality and more ethical, mixed and diverse governance in decision-making bodies.
General mailbox : email@example.com
Site Internet : http://femmes-de-loi-femmes-dexception.com/
LinkedIn : https://fr.linkedin.com/in/anne-durez
Contact : Anne Durez, Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Women’s Network of the Prime Minister’s Office aims to advance equality between women and men in the Prime Minister’s Office. A space for collective and individual exchanges, it disseminates information and provides support to members who wish it. It has 440 members.
General mailbox : email@example.com
Groupe LinkedIn : www.linkedin.com/in/reseau-femmes-spm
Nicole Civatte : firstname.lastname@example.org
Véronique Lehideux : email@example.com
Women and Diplomacy : Association of women from the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs defending gender equality within the Ministry, in the central administration and in its network abroad. Association of @francediplo women defending #EgaliteFH at MEAE and in its network abroad
General mailbox : firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook : https://fr-fr.facebook.com/femmesdiplo/
Contact : Pauline Carmona, Présidente : email@example.com
Women Bailiffs of France (AFHJF) : The main objective of the AFHJF is to promote, integrate and make evolve the woman judicial officer in her profession. And this, by giving him an easier access to the functions of representation. Our network counts 500 women all over France and in the overseas territories.
Site Internet : https://www.femmeshuissiersdejusticedefrance.com/
General mailbox : firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/afhjf
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/association_femmes_hdj/
Contact : Astrid Desagneaux, Présidente : email@example.com
Women Engineers : Because we are convinced that equality is a source of wealth, the Femmes Ingénieurs association promotes engineers to inspire our society. We promote the engineering profession to young girls and the visibility of engineers in companies and on boards of directors.
Site Internet : www.femmes-ingenieurs.org
Twitter : @f_inge
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/femmesingenieurs/
Contact : Catherine le Hen-Ferrenbach, vice-Présidente : firstname.lastname@example.org
Financi’Elles is a federation of 12 business networks in the financial sector. Financi’Elles’ mission is to promote gender diversity and to contribute to improving and accelerating women’s access to the top of organizations in the finance sector.
Site Internet : https://financielles.org/
General mailbox : Comemail@example.com
LinkedIn : https://fr.linkedin.com/company/financi%27elles
Twitter : @financielles
Corinne Trocellier, co-Présidente de Financi’Elles : CTROCELLIER-METENIER@scor.com
Karen Van Gennip, co-president of Financi’Elles : Karien.van.Gennip@ing.com
Grandes Ecoles au Féminin (GEF) is an association that brings together representatives of the alumni associations of ten grandes écoles (Centrale, Ponts, Mines, X, ESCP, ESSEC, HEC, INSEAD, Sciences Po and ENA) and whose objective is to work towards greater equality between men and women in the professional world.
Site Internet : https://www.grandesecolesaufeminin.fr/
Twitter : @GEFeminin
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/gef-officiel/
Contact : Hortense de Roux, Présidente : Hortense.deRoux@Ashurst.com
The female court: A mixed association, for magistrates and administrative and technical staff. Our actions: to promote professional equality between women and men and to reinforce gender diversity in the financial jurisdictions; to develop concrete proposals and encourage the creation of breeding grounds to promote gender diversity in the assumption of responsibilities.
Contact : Mireille Faugère, President : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by Michel Landel, coordinated by Caroline de La Marnierre and Marie-Christine Mahéas, the Observatory of Equality brings together gender experts and companies. Its objectives are to make rapid progress on gender equality, to produce practical measures for decision-makers and to communicate to advance the issue.
Site Internet : http://www.capitalisme-responsable.com/observatoire-de-la-mixite/
General mailbox : email@example.com
Twitter : @institut_CR
Contact : Marie-Christine Maheas, Coordinator : firstname.lastname@example.org
Site Internet : https://prenons-la-une.tumblr.com/
Generic mail : email@example.com
Twitter : @Prenonsla1
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/prenonsla1/
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/prenonslaune/
Contact : Claire Marchal, vice-president : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pluri’Elles is the women’s network of social ministries. Established in 2020, it is led by Dominique Lassus-Minvielle
Professional Women’s Network (PWN Paris) is the leading international network of women executives and managers in Paris whose mission is to promote gender balance in the business world. We have 700 members in Paris, 4,000 worldwide and organize more than 60 meetings per year.
ScPo-Women and Society by SciencePo Alumni : With nearly 3,000 members, the professional group Femme et Société promotes exchange and reflection on issues related to women’s rights in general and gender equality in management in particular. It is intended for women and men graduates and future graduates of Sciences Po.
Site Internet : https://www.sciences-po.asso.fr/gene/main.php?base=334&base2_gpe=F&id_details_groupe=130
Twitter : @ScPoFemme
Contact : Pascale Bracq, Présidente : email@example.com
SNCF au Féminin Launched in 2012, SNCF au Féminin is a network of women and men from the SNCF group who are committed to advancing gender equality at all levels within the SNCF group. With more than 8,000 members, SNCF au Féminin acts simultaneously on two dimensions: developing the confidence of each employee and leading the collective fight for equality within the company.
Talentu’elles: Banque de France gender network founded in late 2016. Talentu’elles, is composed of more than 780 members of which nearly 30% are men. It works for the recognition of the richness of gender and diversity, and to change personal and collective behavior by organizing awareness-raising activities and proposing innovative operating methods.
Site Internet : https://www.banque-france.fr/talentuelles
Twitter : @talentuelles
Groupe LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12004275/
Contact : Florence Screve-Szeles : firstname.lastname@example.org