Hiring and Retaining a Gender-diverse Workforce. ITF Corporate Partnership Board Workshop
Achieving a more diverse and inclusive transport-sector workforce requires action from both government and private sector.
With over 2.25 million employees worldwide, the group of companies belonging to the ITF’s Corporate Partnership Board plays an important role in helping to achieve these objectives.
A workshop on ‘Hiring and Retaining a Gender-Diverse Workforce’ was held to explore the challenges to achieving better gender parity in the transport sector and how to make the transport sector more attractive to women.
The Corporate Partnership Board will launch its Workstream on Gender on International Women’s Day, 8th March 2019.
The Workshop is part of the Gender Workstream of the Corporate Partnership Board
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Agenda of the Workshop
Opening Remarks: Young Tae Kim, ITF Secretary-General
Session 1: The Transport Sector: Increasing Its Attractiveness To Female Employees
Mr. Jean Agulhon, Chief Human Resource Officer, Member of Management Board, RATP
Ms Karla Gonazalez Carjaval, Transport Practice Manager for South Asia, World Bank, Gender Task Force Lead
Mr. Diego Diaz, President, SNCF International
Mr. Vincent Kobesen, CEO, Member of Executive Board, PTV Group
Keynote: H.E. Ivita Burmistre, Ambassador of Latvia to the OECD
Session 2: Gender Inclusive Recruitment
Mr. Pedro Costa, Head of Global Recruitment, Michelin
Ms. Marie Sandrine Nguema, Commercial Sales Manager EMEA, ExxonMobil
Mr. Gus Glover, Head of Safety Communications EMEA, UBER
Launch of the ITF Corporate Partnership Board Gender Workstream
Session 3: Retention of Female Talent: Walking the Diversity Talk
Ms. Paloma Moran, Vice President Metro Platform, Alstom
Ms. Hiba Fares, Director of Client Experience, Marketing and Services. Member of Management Board RATP
Dr. Bipasha Baruah, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Global Women's Issues
Moderator of the Workshop: Ms. Sharon Masterson, Manager, Corporate Partnership Board, ITF