Capgemini celebrates employees for Womens History Month

Capgemini celebrates employees for Women's History Month

 March 15, 2022

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For Women's History Month, Capgemini Government Solutions celebrated the achievements of some of its female workforce.

In particular, the company spotlighted Roxanne Reynolds, Caroline Cheshire, and Sheba Mukhi.

Advocating for women's equality in the workforce

Roxanne Reynolds Capgemini

Throughout her career, Roxanne Reynolds has had the opportunity to build and maintain strong relationships with inspiring women - the same women who still mentor her today.

"I hope to give our future female leaders the same support and mentorship and set an example that your voice should not go unnoticed," she says.

Roxanne also feels empowered to advocate for women in technology and is passionate about advocating for women's equality in the workforce and breaking bias.

Thriving in a healthy and positive work environment

Capgemini Caroline Cheshire

Meanwhile, Caroline Cheshire enjoys the people and the culture at Capgemini, as well as working for a company that prioritizes diversity and inclusion among its core values.

Caroline enjoys working with a "variety of people" that come from different backgrounds who bring "different experiences" to the job. 

Capgemini's "healthy and positive work environment" also drives Caroline to be a better employee.

Receiving trust from her supervisor and team


Sheba Mukhi has enjoyed the trust that she has received from her supervisor and team, which has enabled her to do her job well and implement new ideas.

Sheba's team is "very diverse" which she believes leads to a more creative environment and out-the-box thinking.

Capgemini has shaped Sheba's career for the better and made her grow into a "stronger woman".

"More power to women!" says Sheba.

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