Corporate Social Responsibility Officer
Laurence Morvan is chief of staff of the office of the CEO Europe and corporate social responsibility officer at Accenture. She is also a member of Accenture’s Europe Management Committee.
As Chief of Staff to Accenture CEO Europe, Laurence is developing Accenture approach to strengthen Accenture presence in Europe, more fully leveraging the EU strategies and funding.
Laurence has management oversight of Accenture Corporate Citizenship activities, which are focused on advancing Accenture’s digital responsibility with programs around skilling for the digital age and leveraging technology for societal impact.
Laurence represents Accenture at external forum around topics related to entrepreneurship, future of work and business responsibility. She is a member of the Board of Citizen Entrepreneurs in France and Junior Achievement Europe, two NGO that foster entrepreneurship. She is the executive sponsor for Accenture’s participation to OECD/ Business for Inclusive Growth, to the G20 business fora (B20, W20, G20 Young Entrepreneur Alliance…), which bring thought leadership and business policy recommendations to the G20 heads of state, with a focus on entrepreneurship, future of skills, women in business and innovation.
Prior to assuming her current role, Laurence was the Chief of Staff to Accenture CEOs Pierre Nanterme and David Rowland, where she focused on culture transformation, supporting the shift toward innovation and new consulting methods, change management and journey management. She was a member of Accenture Global Management Committee.
Laurence started her career at Accenture as a consultant in the Strategy practice, working primarily for Financial Services clients in France and the United Kingdom. She held a number of internal strategy positions and contributed to the Accenture Human Capital Strategy.
Prior to joining Accenture in 1994, Laurence worked in investment banking on mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance transactions.
Laurence holds an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and a MS degree in management from ESSEC business school in Paris.