Women in Tech

Women in Tech

Be recognized for your competencies. Access to roles of great responsibility. At Orange, you can.

Mentoring, careers for women, in-house gender diversity networks, we offer a wide range of activities to support you throughout your career. You just have to choose.



"My experience at Orange has given me complete freedom to choose the job I have loved for a long time, to choose how to manage my projects and how quickly I work on them while respecting my work-life balance."

Sandrine is Data/AI Development Engineer


That is the percentage of women in the EU with a STEM degree (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)


Orange SA's results in the gender equality index in France

36 %

The percentage of women in the Group

I am proud to have crossed a beautiful career in Orange with great challenges and opportunities along the way.

Liudmila Climoc, CEO Orange Romania, shares her vision on gender diversity at work, and underlines the importance that Orange gives to it within the company.

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
  • Over 1,000 female mentors in Capital Filles in France and Romania
  • Committed to the associations "Elles bougent" and "Femmes ingénieurs"

Hello Women

4 areas to act and go even further

In October 2020, we launched a call for projects in our ecosystem to improve gender diversity in our technical and digital positions:

  • 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

On December 1, we have invited young girls and women to an entire day of meetings and exchanges on technical and digital jobs, with an evening highlighting exceptional journeys.

Role models with extraordinary journeys were invited to speak by Elizabeth Tchoungui, Group Executive Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Deputy Chair of the Orange Foundation.

To watch the replay click here



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

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Since 2014 Orange is certified GEEIS (Gender Equality for European and International Standard)