First Frenchwoman to lead a company in Paris’s CAC 40 stock market index. 2002, joined the Suez Company (then GDF-Suez, now ENGIE) and held various key leadership positions within the Group, latterly as Chief Financial Officer, ENGIE and Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer; currently, Chief Executive Officer, ENGIE Group, a global energy player and an expert operator in electricity, natural gas and energy solutions. ENGIE operates in more than 70 countries, employs about 153,000 people and achieved revenues of €69.9 billion in 2015. Chairperson, Terrawatt Initiative (TWI), a global non-profit organization which aims at scaling up solar capacity in the world. Member of the Board: SUEZ; Axa. Ranked third in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women international list (2016).