Seneca Women Forum: Schneider Electric talks gender & economy

Seneca Women Forum: Schneider Electric talks gender & economy

 October 14, 2019

At Schneider Electric, a commitment to gender equality starts from the very top.

A strong advocate for gender equality, Schneider Electric Chairman and CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire spoke at the prestigious Annual Seneca Women Forum about how to increase women's participation in the economy. 

Fast Forward: Women in the Economy 

Seneca Women is a global leadership platform focused on the idea that advancing women and girls will create a more equitable and prosperous world. 

The Annual Seneca Women ‏Forum took place in ‏The Metropolitan Museum of Art under the theme 'Fast Forward: Women in the Economy'. The Forum facilitated a series of conversations about how leaders and companies are using their power to accelerate women’s participation in the economy, driving progress for women and for the world.

Seneca Women Schneider Electric

Jean-Pascal Tricoire, a Glassdoor Top CEO, joined other leaders from global companies including P&G, the Coca-Cola Company, and Bank of America.

"We're proud to be committed to gender equality, diversity, and inclusion for all. Thank you Seneca Women for inviting our CEO to speak about our progress!" tweeted Schneider Electric.

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