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Pascale Fressoz

Senior Associate, Balanced Scorecard North Africa

"Co-author of a chapter of Effective Strategy Execution book!"


Biography

Pascale Fressoz, MBA, has more than 20 years of business experience within an international and multicultural environnement, including in North Africa, Africa and Middle East. She worked in England in the IT industry for six years, developing sales activities, then moved into the pharmaceutical industry for sales/marketing and clinical trial management activities (project management) ; she also worked in the tourism industry as a deputy director before creating her consulting firm. P. Fressoz created a strategy and sustainable development consulting firm, Millenium Entreprises, in Haute-Savoie - France, to help private and public sector organisations in the evaluation, definition and implementation of strategies based on the Balanced Scorecard and "Nine Steps to Success methodology" (H. Rhom, Balanced Scorecard Card Institute).

She worked for business companies, cities, business schools and also UN agencies (France, England, Switzerland, Egypt, Gabon, Gambia, Tunisia, Oman, etc).

With a strong focus on social issues, she created an NGO in 2006 in Geneva, the International Alliance for the Millenium Development Goals (aiodm2015.org), and co-founded the Coalition of NGO for the MDG's, in 2010. The NGO created sites and focal points in more than 10 countries (Tunisia, Ivory Coast, Senegal, India, etc) . She organised a number of high level conferences on fight against poverty and sustainable development, especially at the UN Palais in Geneva. She is part of different networks and is elected in Thônes and CCVT council (Haute-Savoie).

She has been rewarded by the Ivory Coast gouvernement with the "Legion of Honour". She has also been nominated as Honorous Citizen of the Village of Eri Makouguié, in Africa Ivory Coast, where she implemented an innovative program “AIODM Millenium Villages”

Co-author of a chapter of Effective Strategy Execution book of Bernd Heesen and the French Review of Management.