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Women in Business Webinar / Kindly sponsored by Bel Japon

Langue : English

Tarif :
Free of chage for members of the French Chamber (*pre-registration is mandatory)
JPY4,000 for non-members
*Number of participants is limited.
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.

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The Women in Business Committee of the French Chamber invites you to the next webinar, where Catherine Delhaye, Valeo Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer but also leading the gender diversity program in Valeo will share her experience as a senior executive woman, together with Mathilde Boisson, Valeo Japan and Asean Purchasing Director, and Noriko Carpentier-Tominaga, General Manager, CEFJ (Comité d’Echanges Franco-Japonais), both co-president of the committee.

Diversity is a key challenge. Today, Covid 19 has made us go through a completely new experience.

All say, it is probably a moment of changes and opportunities with impact on both our private and business lives: What do you think as a business executive, as a parent, as a spouse, as a human being? Do you foresee positive changers for gender diversity?

Following the presentation, we would like to exchange on what is your expectation from such a Committee.


About the speakers

Catherine Delhaye is the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer of Valeo that she joined in March 2012. She also runs the Gender Diversity Global program since 2016. She was appointed Valeo Global Data Protection Officer in 2018.

Catherine Delhaye started her career as a bar member, with French IT Law Firm Alain Bensoussan. She then joined Accenture for 16 years where she held different positions such as France Benelux Legal Director, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America Deputy General Counsel in 2007 and finally Regulatory Ethics and Compliance, Global Director.

Ms. Delhaye is the co-founder and President of the French “Cercle de la Compliance”, a nonprofit association focusing on the promotion of Compliance in France.

After engineering studies, Mathilde Boisson has been working in the Automotive industry since 1998. She had the opportunity to work in many different fields such as quality, production, R&D, projects and now purchasing.

She has 3 kids and she likes practicing sports such as Running and Triathlon.

Her Husband has moved to Japan in 2016 and the rest of the family they joined him in 2017. This has been a very rich experience for the entire family.

Noriko Carpentier Tominaga has been involved in developing exchanges,in serving as a bridge between France and Japan, the private and public sectors, beyond sectors and size of companies.

Through her career, she has always been in the position of facilitating exchanges between various actors.  

Before joining the CEFJ, she worked at Nissan Motors, and at the European Commission (Delegation in Japan).

The event kindly sponsored by Bel Japon

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