More impact, meaning, collective… These new values ​​that replace ambition

INVESTIGATION – At a time of great resignation and the quest for meaning, women, leaders or not, embody another form of ambition, far from careerism and the search for privileges. Their challenge? A committed influence at the service of the collective.

“That people think of me to talk about ambition touched me,” smiles Dounia Wone. She will have waited for the end of our meeting, in a café in the twelfthe arrondissement of Paris, to tell us about his surprise. A glance at his LinkedIn account is enough to pique curiosity. Dounia Wone has held the strategic position of Director of Sustainable Development and Inclusion for two years at Vestiaire Collective, a second-hand luxury clothing platform, a figurehead of more responsible fashion. Before that, she began studying foreign languages ​​and began her career as a stopover agent at Air France, before entering politics, where she worked for ten years with elected environmentalists. A course of Rastignac, one imagines. Wrongly. “My first ambition was to be more comfortable financially than my parents, an employee at Rungis and a housewife,” she recalls. Born into a family of ten, raised in a city in Essonne, Dounia Wone is not one of those whose horizon…

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