Honorary President of the Conseil supérieur de l' Ordre des experts-comptables (march 2011 - march 2013). She has been the first woman elected President of the Ordre des Experts Comptables (the French Chartered Accountants Association). In July 2012, she became president founder of the Fédération Femmes Administrateurs (Women Board Members). In march 2014, she has been named French foreign trade advisor. She won many prizes and distinctions such La Tribune Women's Awards (category Finance and Grand Prix Allianz).
CEO, founded Surf Canyon with the goal of transforming search from static lists of links into dynamic conversations in which the results move in response to real-time user signals. He has more than 20 years of technology industry experience, and in several start-ups in the Bay Area, such as Keynote Systems, NexTag and NetGeo, where he was CEO. Mark earned his BS in Electrical Engineering from MIT, where one of his projects included developing a search engine from scratch, and his MBA from Harvard Business School.
Managing Partner of a London based Consultancy Company, he is an expert in launching and developing emerging businesses, and translating data, analytics and insights into tangible revenue, he is working with entrepreneurs and innovative start-ups and SMB' s. Jean has marketing and finance experiences at Nielsen (Managing Director), GfK, HP, and in the cable TV business. Jean holds a Master in Economic and Finance from Sciences Po Paris, a Master in Music Business Management from University of Paris Sorbonne, and also graduated from a Google developed digital marketing program.
Viviane NEITER is the Chairwoman, CEO and co-founder of Neiter Consulting, celebrating its 13th anniversary in 2015. It is an independent firm specialized in corporate governance, public relations & shareholders relationships. She has been on several boards as a non-executive director since 2004 (Dolphin Integration in Meylan, Iceram, Prodware, Spir Communication & Vet' Affaires ). All of these companies are quoted on the Paris Stock Exchange. She is also a member of Canadian Society of Corporate Secretaries. She teaches corporate governance at University and in different Business Schools and she is a member of International Advisory Board in Neoma Business School, too. Moreover, she is the Chairwoman of Champagne-Ardenne Place Financiére and a council member at the Steering Committee of BPI-France in Champagne-Ardenne. She was given the honour of Knight of the Legion of Honor in 2008.
Professor in Practical Philosophy at the University of Franch-Comté. Author of several essays and articles in moral and political philosophy (especially on Leo Strauss and on E. Levinas ) and in applied ethics ( medical and biomedical ethics, animal ethics and environmental ethics). Prix François Furet for her book Leo Strauss : une autre raison, d' autres lumières. Essai sur la crise de la rationalité contemporaine (2005) Grand Prix Moron de l'Académie française for éléments pour une éthique de la vulnérabilité (2012). She recently published the already successful: Les Nourritures. Philosophie du corps politique, Paris, Seuil (2015)
Jacob Dahl Rendtorff
Ph.d and dr. scient. adm. is Professor of Ethics, at Roskilde University, Denmark. Rendtorff has a background in research in ethics, business ethics, bioethics, information ethics, political theory and philosophy of law. Rendtorff has written articles and books on issues of existentialism and hermeneutics, French philosophy, ethics, bioethics and business ethics as well as philosophy of law. In particular, Responsibility, Ethics and Legitimacy of Corporations, Copenhagen Business School Press, Copenhagen 2009 and more recently French Philosophy and Social Theory. A Perspective for Ethics and Philosophy of Management, Springer, Heidelberg 2014.
French politician, member of the General Assembly, former vice-president or the regional council of Lorraine. She has also been president of the delegation of the General Assembly dedicated to women rights and the equality of chances between men and women. She gave her name to the Copé-Zimmermann law of January 27 2011, relative to a balanced representation of women and men as management and supervisory board members and to professional equality.