Changes have been made to the management of Keolis, a subsidiary of French rail transport company SNCF, with the executive committee becoming majority female.
Laurence Broseta, International Director of the UGI Group, joins the Keolis group as International General Manager. She will be in charge of Australia, North America, the UK/Middle East/India area and China. Jan Kilström, managing director of Keolis Sweden, has been appointed managing director for Continental Europe, a position from which he will look after Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden. Both will be part of the Group Executive Committee.
Recruitment and changes in the group management
In France too, the management of the activities has been changed. Annelise Avril has been appointed Managing Director for France, Mari Urban Networks and will be in charge of the networks in Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon and Rennes, the Grands Urbains division (Amiens, Besançon, Caen, Chambéry, Côte Basque Adour, Dijon, Le Mans, Metz, Nancy, Orléans, Pau, Pays d’Aix, Perpignan, Strasbourg, Tours, Valenciennes), the Hove subsidiary (specialising in digital tools) and Cykleo (the division dealing with bicycles). Until now, she was the group’s Marketing, Innovation and Mobility Director.
Clément Michel has been appointed General Manager for France, Ile-de-France and territories. He will be responsible for the networks in Ile-de-France and other territories (interurban and urban), Keolis Santé and Kisio Services & Conseil. He was previously the group’s Director of Human Resources.
Lydie Jallier, previously Director of Recruitment and Talent at Safran, is also joining the Keolis group as Director of Human Resources, replacing lément Michel. Responsibility for Health and Safety activities and the Keolis Way project has been entrusted to Pierre Gosset, Industrial Director. On the other hand, Frédéric Baverez, Executive Director for France and President of EFFIA, and Arnaud Van Troeyen, Deputy International Director, have left the group.
Following these changes in the Keolis management, the Group Executive Committee, led by Marie-Ange Debon, is composed of five women and three men.