Transdev women in the first game of the 7 families of female mobility professionals

2021.25.02
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For its 5 years of existence, the Femmes en Mouvement (Women on the Move is a French professional women’s network in transportation and mobility) has undertaken to publish the first edition of the game of the 7 families of women’s mobility.

In this game, the characters from each family are replaced by women who have different mobility jobs. The objective is to strengthen the representation of women in this sector and to educate the young by promoting women’s career paths.

Indeed, the mobility professions are numerous, but little known to young women. They do not spontaneously embark on this path, which nevertheless offers great prospects for professional development. In addition, more than half of customers in transportation are women. It is therefore essential that their perspective and experiences be taken into account in all phases of developing mobility solutions, from their definition to their implementation.

Airplane Pilot, Mechanic, Bus Driver, Minister of Ecological Transition, Astronaut… This game allows you to discover 42 portraits of women in different professions. Each of them describes in a few words their career, their profession and shares their sources of fulfillment.

The cards were illustrated by Bénédicte Tilloy, ex-railway worker and member of the SNCF Executive Committee, who painted the portrait of each woman in watercolor. Among the selected profiles are Leila Garnier, Director of Transdev Reims and Floriane Favier, Tram Workshop Manager at Semitag in Grenoble, alongside Barbara Pompili, Anne Rigail, Karima Delli and Sonia Lavadhino.

The game is available for pre-order on the Ulule crowdfunding platform until March 8, International Women’s Rights Day! To access the game, click here.

About Women on the Move (Femmes en Mouvement)

Femmes en Mouvement is the French professional network for transportation and mobility for women. Created in 2015 at the initiative of its founding president Marie-Xavière Wauquiez, it brings together professionals and experts in transportation and mobility. With several hundred members, including very active Transdev employees, the network is enjoying great momentum.

Each month, Femmes en Mouvement organizes a distance exchange around a woman in mobility: Karima Delli, Fabienne Keller, Anne-Marie Idrac, Marlène Dolveck notably honored us with their presence; the next guest on March 11 will be Nastaran Vivan, Director of Civil Engineering at Artelia.

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