Directrice La Grande Ecole du Numérique, International University of Monaco

Samia GHOZLANE holds a post graduate degree at Denis Diderot Paris University and a MBA at Sherbrooke University in Canada.
She has started her career as a Publisher with major publishing groups in France: Hachette, Nathan, Bordas, Masson where she coordinated the publication of more than twenty books: school textbooks, educational supporting materials, scientific and medical fields.

In 2000, Samia joined AFM-TELETHON, a first class non-profit organization dedicated to genetic research. During 5 years, Samia has structured the knowledge management and sharing aspects namely via internet. The targets were scientific experts, doctors, medical and paramedical personnel and people suffering from genetic diseases.
In 2006, she accepted a new position to help the organization to become the leader of online fund raising. Samia built and executed an ambitious communication strategy and as a result between 2006 and 2010 more than 60 million Euros were collected via internet and mobile.

In 2009 Samia became the Vice-President of Cyberelles (and President in 2015), a community gathering women evolving in the digital arena. She lead the development of the first national contest acknowledging young e-businness women with innovative project granting a prize of 50 000 Euros.

Starting from 2010, Samia has collaborated as a business school teacher and an educational coordinator with Toulouse Business School and Institut de l'Internet et du Multimedia. She took in charge several programs related to Master, Masters of Science and Bachelors.

From 2013 to 2016, Samia joined Groupe INSEEC to structure and develop the online offer and the associated programs, furthering the development of new Executive program internationally.

In 2017, Samia Ghozlane accept a new challenge: enable the Grande Ecole du Numérique to became the biggest network of labelled digital courses throughout France, with 10,000 people fully trained in web development, graphic design etc.


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    Directrice La Grande Ecole du Numérique, International University of Monaco