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Jacqueline Franjou

CEO of the Women’s Forum, Jacqueline previously held senior management roles in the private sector: Cegos, Air France and Vivendi (Nexity-SFR), Veolia (SNCM) and in the public sector as a counselor for the French Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade. She founded the famous international Ramatuelle Festival of Theatre and also founded several international Photo Festivals, and Chairman of Figures of Peace, an international association promoting the photos of living Nobel Peace Prize Winners. She produced several films on the theatre and authored several books and catalogues.
She received several distinctions (Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres, Officier du Mérite National, Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur) from the French Government. She is a board member of Vranken Pommery and Lucas Carton.
Jacqueline Franjou

The Women’s Forum: building the future with women’s ideas. Even food

Culture / Jacqueline Franjou
Women's Forum

How can we ensure safe, healthy and sufficient food for everyone respecting the Planet and its balance? This is the question at the heart of Expo Milano 2015 and the inspiration of the Women's Forum Italy, the initiative of the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society together with Valore D that opens the Women's Weeks as part of the Universal Exhibition on June 29 and 30.

At the Women’s Forum at Expo Milano 2015, we will be discussing workable solutions in which women can do and are making the difference

Culture / Jacqueline Franjou
Jacqueline Franjou

A lot of topics on the agenda at the Women's Forum Italy as part of the Expo Milano 2015 on June 29 and 30: an important moment to discuss the solutions in which women can make a difference. “While tracing the route of humanity towards a sustainable future, we do not only ensure that the women are on board but also that they have the same possibility to govern the ship”.

Over a million people are already #FoodConscious. What about you?

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