Rezopole, precursor in the creation of events dedicated to women working in the Internet, Networks, and Telecommunication sector, associates with TUBÀ this month to organize the 4th edition of its RezoGirls meetings.
This event will take place on October 20th, 2016 at TUBÀ premises from 6:30 pm.
For this edition, several speakers will share about the subject of:
" Initial and further training: the women position in digital technology "
- 6:30 pm-6:45 pm: Reception
- 6:45 pm-7:00 pm: Organizational structures' presentation
- 7:00 pm-8:30 pm: Round table
- 8:30 pm-9:45 pm: Cocktail-dinner
With a background in sociology and statistics, Florence Françon is the Head of the Observatory of the Gaston Berger Institute. This structure leads a forward-looking approach on the engineer · e of tomorrow, by an approach to the concept of "social responsibility", and the day before to guarantee and to throw the model of "the engineer · e INSA". His actions are turned in particular to the coeducation and the equality women-men thanks to programs of incentive, raising awareness and of support to the success. Florence Françon is also a volunteer and a secretary of the EgaliGone institute.
Graduate of ESC Grenoble et Strate, Mathilde Aglietta is Project Manager and Development of partnerships of the team from Simplon.co to Lyon and co-organizer of Rails Chorus girls in Lyon. Simplon.co proposes trainings to become developer of Web sites, integrator, datartisan … Intended firstly for the people distant from the employment with an objective of parity man woman. Rails Chorus girls organize events to make more accessible ICTS and promote new tools and digital practices with the women.
Holder of a High School Diploma in Sciences and a Vocational Training Certificate in Data networks and Telecommunications, Élodie Leclerc begins her career as System & Network Adminitrator G-SYS Consulting in 1999 till 2005. Then she joins the AFPA (National Association for Adult Vocational Training) of Grenoble. She obtains a Bachelor's degree in " Activities and Technics of Communication, option freeware " at the University of Lyon II in 2008. Since 2010, She assures the function of trainer at the AFPA center of Vénissieux, specialized in BAC+2 (support and data networks) and BAC+4 (system and networks administration).
Noémie Clémençon, Engineer System and Networks. Awarded a diploma by the engineering school CPE Lyon in electronic and IT, Noémie works at Rezopole since May, 2016. After one and a half year of internship(training course) in Germany and France in several domains, as the safety(security) and the manufacturing of network equipments, Rezopole is its first employment(use) post-awards a diploma.