Board of Directors

Colette Lewiner


Independent director

Colette Lewiner (1945) was appointed to the Lafarge Board of Directors in 2010.


Colette Lewiner is currently Vice President at Capgemini, and Global Leader of the "Energy, Utilities & Chemicals" sector that she created in 1998 when she joined the Group. She is also non executive Chairman of TDF. She is also non executive Chairman of TDF. She is also Director of Bouygues, Colas (Groupe Bouygues), Eurotunnel, Nexans and TGS Nopec (Norway).

From 1992 to 1998, she was Chairman and CEO of SGN-Réseau Eurisys, a subsidiary of COGEMA (Areva group). From 1979 to 1992, Colette Lewiner held various positions within the EDF Group, at the Research & Development department, and then at the fuel procurement department that she managed in 1987. In 1989, she created the Development and Commercial Strategy Division and became the first woman executive Vice President at EDF. Colette Lewiner is also a member of the French Academy of Technologies and of the European Union Advisory Group on Energy.

After entering the Ecole Normale Supérieure and graduating as a Doctor in Physics (PhD), she started her career as an Associate Professor and Researcher at the Denis Diderot University in Paris.


Her term of office expires after the General Meeting called to approve the 2013 financial statements.


She holds 1,653 Lafarge shares on March 12, 2010.

Colette Lewiner

Last update on 04/16/2014

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