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Leading business, Schneider Electrics Tanuja Randery

Leading business, Schneider Electric's Tanuja Randery

The CEO of Schneider Electric UK & Ireland. Tanuja Randery, is a finalist in the 2017 Financial Times & HERoes Champions of women in business list.

Having joined Schneider Electric in 2015, bringing with her a breadth of experience from companies including BT Global Services, Colt Group, EMC Corp and McKinsey - Tanuja is a strong believer in looking forward to get aheadand is a great advocate for Diversity and Inclusion. Tanuja believes women make great leaders and can bring something unique to a business.

Strong female role models are vital

With many boardrooms lacking in gender diversity and the absence of equal female representation impacting organisations, the 2017 Financial Times & HERoes Champions of women in business list celebrates the presence of impressive female role models across all sectors and industries.

The final lists will be published in the Financial Times on Wednesday 27 September, and will showcase female business leaders and their male allies.

From interships to director level positions available

There are many great opportunities for talented and engaged women to join Schneider Electric, so take a look at their current vacancies ranging from internships through to Director level positions.

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