Juin 2018

Transatlantic perspectives on gender equality with Roland Lescure and Chiara Condi

AmCham France
77 rue de Miromesnil, 75008 Paris - France

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This event will be held in English

AmCham has been active in raising awareness of gender equality in the workplace for over 30 years. In more recent years, we have been sharing best practices to bring about positive change. We are honored to welcome Roland Lescure, MP of the First Constituency for French Residents Overseas (Canada & United States) and President of the economic affairs commission, and Chiara CondiPresident and Founder of Led by HER, for an open discussion on female entrepreneurship and for an exclusive presentation of Roland Lescure’s gender equality report.

This event is opened to everyone. 


6:00 pm

Networking reception and welcome drinks

6:15 pm

Opening remarks by Jérémie Gallon

6:25 pm

Presentation of the report by Roland Lescure

6:45 pm

Panel discussion between Roland Lescure & Chiara Condi, moderated by Giulia Buttini

7:15 pm

Q&A with the public

7:30 pm

Networking reception

8:00 pm

End of the event


Roland Lescure

Député de la première circonscription des Français de l'étranger (Amérique du Nord)

Roland Lescure is Member of Parliament of the First Constituency for French Résidents Overseas in Canada and the United States. He is also the President of the Economic Affairs Commission.Following public consultations in the U.S. and Canada at the begining of 2018, Roland Lescure's report looks at: women and the public space, harassement and sexual violence, work, equal pay and professional life, private and…

Chiara Condi

President and founder of Led by HER

Chiara founded Led By HER to work on women's entrepreneurship, innovation and gender-based violence. In partnership with two business schools, IESEG School and ESCP as well as the support of companies LBH helps women who have suffered from violence rebuild their lives through entrepreneurship.

Jérémie Gallon

Jérémie Gallon joined AmCham France as Managing Director in September 2017. He previously worked in Washington DC as senior political advisor to the Ambassador of the European Union to the United States. In this role he covered a broad set of topics including UN affairs, multilateral and global governance matters, EU-US cooperation on the migration crisis, and international human rights.