On Tuesday, Véronique Morali hosted the 2012 Women’s Forum, and set the scene for what we could expect from this year’s gathering. Let’s continue our look at the 8th edition of this unique conference with Myriam Levain, who is the first woman to feature in our mini-portrait series of speakers at this year’s Women’s Forum.
Myriam Levain, a graduate of Sciences-Po Paris and the Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme de Lille (ESJ), is a journalist for women’s magazines, has co-authored a book, ‘La Génération Y par elle-même’ (‘Generation Y As Seen By Itself’), and also co-founded the Les Martiennes blog. Her involvement in the 2012 Women’s Forum will be as a participant in the round-table discussion entitled, “Gen Y women: What employers need to learn and unlearn”.
I asked her what she thought about the race for growth, the positive and negative aspects of Generation Y, its influence in business, and the question I ask everyone: how does she manage to disconnect herself from the digital world? See what she has to say!
A worthy representative of Generation Y, Myriam Levain is an active Twitter user. You can follow her via no less than 3 different accounts: @MyriamLevain, her personal account; @LaGenerationY, the account for her book, and @lesmartiennes, the account for her blog.
Coming up on the live Orange blog: the next part of our mini-portrait series of speakers at the Women’s Forum, featuring Delphine Remy-Boutang. So stay tuned
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