Working in CSR after HEC – Meeting with Marie-Cécile Lebard[Proceedings] by Marie-Cécile Lebard

2014-03-06

Marie-Cécile Lebard graduated from HEC in 1986. After a marketing career, in several companies, including Unilever, she is now at the head of the CSR department of Allianz France.

Marie-Cécile Lebard is at the head of the CSR department of Allianz, a German multinational financial servicescompany that is focused on insurance. Marie-Cécile Lebard first makes a brief review of the insurance sector, and explains how, after various job experiences in marketing, she finally decided to work in the CSR field and what she likes about it

Quote article  Marie-Cécile Lebard, « Working in CSR after HEC – Meeting with Marie-Cécile Lebard », 06 march 2014, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/348.sls

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