On the occasion of Women’s History Month, LVMH EVP HR & Synergies Chantal Gaemperle and French paracyclist athlete Marie Patouillet discuss Gender Equity and sexism



To celebrate Gender Equity and Women’s History Month, LVMH is pleased to present an exclusive interview between LVMH athlete, Marie Patouillet, French paracyclist and Chantal Gaemperle, LVMH Group Executive Vice President Human Resources and Synergies.  Marie is a Vice-World-Champion paracyclist and bronze medalist at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, but also a fervent advocate of equity in disabled sports who publicly campaigns against sexism and lesbophobia to raise awareness and inspire younger generations. 

In this interview, Marie Patouillet sheds light on her commitment to Gender Equity and Inclusion in sports, which are also cardinal values at LVMH, that  Chantal Gaemperle highlights through EllesVMH, the initiative for women’s professional development. 

For the past years, LVMH has been actively engaged in promoting and supporting the professional development of women. LVMH continually reaffirms a commitment to diverse teams, reflecting the reality of its businesses and creating an invaluable source of performance.  

LVMH proudly supports the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024, which will be the first strictly equal Games, with 5,250 women this year, representing exactly 50% of the athletes! As a group driven by strong values of equity, LVMH is proud to be a Premium Partner of this event, and more particularly to accompany some of the best Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 athletes, whose commitment and performances reflect these values in terms of diversity and inclusion, as well as societal and environmental impact.