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Press Releases - 25/04/2019
Sabine Lochmann joins Vigeo Eiris’ management team
Sabine Lochmann joined Vigeo Eiris as Group CEO at the beginning of February 2019 after nearly 30 years' experience working within major international organisations in France, Europe and the United States.
Sabine has multidisciplinary experience having undertaken a range of legal, operational and general management roles throughout her career.
As CEO of Vigeo Eiris, Sabine Lochmann is responsible for managing the agency’s growth and the evolution of its business model alongside President Nicole Notat.
With university degrees from France, the USA and South Africa, this former chorister and clarinetist began her career in a law firm in Abidjan. She then became a corporate lawyer when she returned to France, joining major service or industrial companies: Serete, JC Decaux and Johnson & Johnson. She had various operational roles at Johnson & Johnson including Director of Marketing, Market Access, Government & Strategic Affairs which she held from 2008 to 2013. In January 2014, Sabine joined BPI Group (a management and HR consultancy) as Chief Executive Officer, becoming its President in 2015. It was upon leaving BPI Group, which operates in France, the USA, Spain and Russia, that Sabine joined Vigeo Eiris, after leading its turnaround.
Strongly principled and with an entrepreneurial spirit, Sabine has proven herself in numerous business transformation projects including those involving social dialogue, human resource development and business.
She also brings her experience as a corporate lawyer and has promoted the topics of gender equality and health through her successive professional roles. Early in her career, Sabine joined the Association of Corporate Lawyers (AFJE) of which she was President from 2001-2005. She was then Vice-President of the European Company Lawyers Association (ECLA) before founding two “Think-do-tanks” in 2009 and 2012: “Le Réseau Femmes Santé” (The Women’s Health Network) and “Les Ateliers de la Convergence” (Convergence Workshops), which were born of the desire to reconcile business competitiveness, legal security and good recruitment practice. She has also been a member of the Conseil à l’Orientation pour l’Emploi – a permanent forum for debate between major players in the labour market (now known as France Stratégie) since June 2016.