Women in Tech
Be recognized for your competencies. Access to roles of great responsibility. At Orange, you can.
Development programs, mentoring, career paths conceived for women, gender diversity networks, we offer a wide range of tools to support you in your projects. You just have to choose.
"Orange is my second family. The people are very important, the teams are very important. That's what drives us.
I asked people that left and came back, "Why did you come back?" and it's always for the people. "
Heather Logan is the Head of Business Operations Support Customer Sales.
of our employees in the Group are women
Actions ! We have implemented many actions to get more women in our technical positions
Founding member of the Femmes@Numérique foundation
Signatory of the Syntec Numérique manifesto to retrain women for positions in technical fields
The founder of the Capital Filles program in France and Romania with over 1,000 women mentoring young girls
Committed to the associations "Elles bougent" and "Femmes ingénieures"
Business Operations Manager
Sustain can mean "maintain", "support", "uphold" or "endure." When we think about women these words come naturally to our minds.
I believe to have a sustainable future we must focus on gender equality today. Gender diversity presents different skills, talents, and creativity.
We all know women are great multi taskers and for many years have very well managed their families' finances and growth.
Diversity enables companies like Orange to create products that take everyone into consideration.
4 areas to act and go even further
In October 2020, we launched a call for projects in our ecosystem to improve gender diversity on our technical and digital roles:
- Raising young women's and students' awareness of these jobs
- Identifying and attracting women likely to be hired in these fields
- Retraining women for these fast-growing employment sectors
- Retaining women in technical positions
The Group has launched a call for projects in twenty Orange countries to identify partners and deploy the HelloWomen program outside France.
I would tell women to take up space, to speak loudly. When they are in a room, they should make sure they have been seen and heard by everyone there. To never 'stay in their place.' So you saw your dream job, but you don't think you're good enough? Apply anyway.
Mia is Pentester and Ethical Hacker at Orange Cyberdefense in Oslo
of our employees are proud to work for Orange
recommend Orange as a good place to work
is the candidate experience in France, in the category of companies with over 1,000 employees
Since 2011, Orange has GEEIS (Gender Equality European & International Standard) certification in some twenty countries