L’Oréal celebrates its women in engineering at Operations!

Did you know that over 50% of the engineers working in Operations at L’Oréal are women? Globally, UNESCO estimates that only a third of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students are females[1], even though women outnumber men at universities worldwide[2]. This the reason why L’Oréal Operations has deployed several programs to help drive change.

Today, on the 9th edition of International Women in Engineering Day, we want to celebrate the growing number of women who choose to pursue careers in engineering. L’Oréal Operations certainly would not be the same without them!

Our entire value chain relies on a rich community of engineers working in a wide variety of roles. Some are running our manufacturing plants, some are building the industrial solutions we need to create products of consistent quality all over the world, while others are designing innovative solutions to improve our environmental footprint or leveraging artificial intelligence to transform our supply chain.

We invite you to meet some of our accomplished and rising women engineering leaders. Every day, they push the boundaries of what it means to do business sustainably and responsibly. With their capacity to innovate and build efficient solutions, they shape the future of beauty!

[1]https://en.unesco.org/stemed, last accessed June 14, 2022

[2]https://www.timeshighereducation.com/sites/default/files/the_gender_equality_report_part_1.pdf , last accessed June 21. 2022

Veronica Schurmann
Veronica S.
Veronica Schurmann, Pilot Engineer, North Little Rock plant, USA
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