Dassault Systèmes has proven its commitment in favor of gender equality through actions aimed at encouraging young girls to pursue careers in the sciences, developing the recruitment of women, and accompanying them throughout their careers. In 2012, Dassault Systèmes launched its community 3DS WIN (Women Initiative) that has over 1,000 members worldwide.
The L’Oréal Foundation promotes gender equality in the sciences through the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science initiative. The initiative strives to attract more women to science and assist them in their careers, and supports and recognizes accomplished women researchers. It partners with the International Rising Talents program to accelerate the advancement of young women in science globally.
Sanofi-Genzyme has launched initiatives to promote gender equality in its offices. Several programs such as the Global Gender Program and the Elevate program support women’s careers in Sanofi and work to achieve parity. Sanofi-Genzyme sponsored a study “Keeping Women In STEM Careers: Looking to Data For Answers” that examined the best steps a company could take to ensure gender equality and looked into how the most successful women surveyed approached their jobs and managed their careers.
Women Who Empower Northeastern University’s Women Who Empower initiative is grounded in the belief that diverse and inclusive communities empower a better world. This network of aspiring and distinguished leaders are dedicated to fostering positive environments, connections, and opportunities for all people to thrive. We aim to inspire and enable future generations of women to be creative, innovative, and agile as they pursue leadership positions in fields such as entrepreneurship, science, politics, business, and tech. Women Who Empower programs are designed to empower its members to overcome disparities, to lead change and to make a meaningful impact on their own lives and others.