Inspire Inclusion - International Women’s Day 2024

The presence and participation of women in technology are more crucial than ever. To mark International Women’s Day on March 8, our Women’s Networks around the world organized a global mentoring event to help inspire and enable the next generation of women in IT leaders at CGI. During the event, CGI leaders facilitated a one-hour session with 1-3 CGI Partners, matched with mentors based on common areas of interest.

We believe mentoring programs offer numerous benefits to women in tech. They are a powerful tool to foster gender equity and inclusivity, facilitate knowledge transfer, and open up career pathways. These programs equip our women professionals to benefit from equal access to valued and promising professions and help us, as an organization, meet the evolving needs of our clients through innovative solutions that draw on diverse perspectives and insights.

Read about our women's mentoring programs around the world

Celebrating the Women of CGI

Throughout the year, Women of CGI groups across the globe engage in networking, mentoring and professional development to help grow careers, recruit new talent, and engage in community outreach. In addition, our teams regularly host events to educate and inspire female students to become interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers and to experience hands-on learning. These activities reflect a broader set of initiatives that advance our diversity and inclusion, which is embedded in our culture.

At CGI, we are committed to sharing our progress in growing the representation of women at all levels of the organization. Annually, we report these measures in our ESG report.

of our workforce are women
of our SBU Presidents are women
of our Board of Directors are women
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2023 ESG Report: Building a more sustainable and inclusive world

Our environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitment is rooted through our core Values, through projects delivered in collaboration with clients, and through operating practices, supply chain management, and community services projects.

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