About FCEM

Les Femmes Chefs d’Entreprises Mondiales

FCEM World Steering Committee

Marie-Christine Oghly

The world FCEM President

Founded in France in 1945 at the very end of World War II by Yvonne Foinant, the association spread through Europe and then expanded into various countries on the five continents. FCEM brings together in a vast wave of friendship and solidarity, women who share a common interest: entrepreneurship. Today, with 70 years of existence, the FCEM network includes more than 120 countries and five million companies on five continents.FCEM is rapidly growing, receiving new membership applications every year.

Joelle Baccialon

FCEM World General Secretary

    Laura Frati Gucci

    FCEM Honorary World President (with Mandate)

    Leila Khaiat

    FCEM Honorary World President (with Mandate)

    Luisa Bruna Caprotti

    FCEM World Vice General Secretary

      Séverine Verquin-Matton

      FCEM World Treasurer

      Katerina Haring

      FCEM World Vice-President Europe

      Teresa Meares

      FCEM World Vice-President America

      Diane Tomson

      FCEM World Vice-President Asia

      Ana Maria Sanchez

      FCEM World Vice-President Latin America

      Jacqueline Bisimwa Murangaza

      FCEM World Vice-President Africa

      Sophie Escrivant

      FCEM World Communication Manager

      Emine Erdem

      FCEM World Ethics & Protocol

      Almut Bühling

      Delegate of INGOs Conference at the Council of Europe

        The worldwide network of women business owners.

        FCEM is the pioneer association  uniting women business owners from the world over.

        A network of 5 million women entrepreneurs from 120 different countries on five continents.

        Founded in France in 1945 at the end of World War II by Mrs. Yvonne Foinant, FCEM quickly spread into other European countries and to the four comers of the globe.

        FCEM is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-political and non-sectarian organization whose activities at the national and international level are aimed at promoting women’s entrepreneurial initiative and reinforcing national associations of women business owners through: