Press book


International Press Magazine


  • Essence Magazine – USA – August 2011

Sandrine Joseph Essence Magazine August 2011

  • New African Woman – France – Novembre 2010


  • Alfalfa Magazine – France – March 2010

Alfalfa  - Dossier Les Femmes sont-elles des hommes comme les autres? Article : Réseaux de femmes, s’allier et s’entraider.

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  • Courrier des Cadres – France – November 2009 – Dossier spécial Boostez vos réseaux.

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  • Management – France – Décembre 2008 – “Sandrine Joseph: Etre visible ne signifie pas s’exhiber partout” – Management – Dossier Coaching – Savoir se vendre.

photo : Isabelle Levy-Lehmann, Maquillage Olivier Tiba

Articles liés: Personal branding, the French way by Adrianne George

  • Brune Magazine – France – November-December 2008 – “Sandrine Joseph féministe, lobbyiste et pro du réseautage” Brune Magazine Issue #24

Excerpt of the article “En fontion depuis 10 ans dans la sphère ultra-créative du Groupe de téléphonie français Orange, la Martiniquaise Sandrine JOSEPH est aussi une féministe profondémment humaniste qui croit dur comme fer aux vertus des réseaux et de l’entraide féminine”.

Maya THOMAS I’ve wrote a wonderful article on my feminist/womenist actions to promote and develop the talented coloured women worlwide.

Television

Reportage diffusé le 8 mars 2009 -

“Selon le Bureau international du Travail, la crise mondiale pourrait engendrer 50 millions de chômeurs dans les scénarios les plus noirs et gonfler le nombre des travailleurs pauvres.
Les femmes sont en première ligne. Mais pour les plus qualifiées, la crise représente des opportunités, car les entreprises changent leur regard sur le management au féminin.

Reportage de Sophie Golstein, Valérian Morzadec, Guillaume Gouet“

Blogs worlwide :

  • Mots d’Elles – Canada – July 2011 – La chance est une compétence qu’il faut développer

  • Le Collectif – France – March 2011 – La journée de la femme : quand les réseaux se conjuguent au féminin


  • Black Women in Europe – Sweden – December 2010 :  The most powerful black women in Europe – Black Women in Europe™: Power List 2010


  • Outre-Mer Network – Carribean Islands – December 2009 – Interview by Daniel Hierso, Founder and President of Outremer Network.



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  • European Professional Women’s Network  - European PWN – Newsletter European issue – April 2007  : “I am proud to be a Poto-Mitan”, an important step in my feminism consciousness.



Press Release
epwn_logo_256 January  2010 - European Professional Women’s Network -Board electionsThe Presidents and leaders of the 17 City European Professional Women’s Network (EuropeanPWN) elected a new Board on Jan 22, 2010. The two day General Meeting was hosted in Barcelona, part of the federation since 2008. In addition to formal elections, the leaders exchanged ideas and insights on EuropeanPWN’s evolving vision, strategy and priorities for 2010 and beyond in response to significant growth in the number of networks, activities and strategic partners across Europe.The assembly elected Marijo Bos and Rieke Smakman as Presidents along with Susanne Forsman-Hey, as Treasurer of the Federation and Sandrine Joseph as, Secretary General. Marijo, Rieke and Susanne served as Presidents of Madrid, Amsterdam and Nice respectively. Furthermore, Monica Pesce will continue in a Federation leadership role as a VP now focusing on Women on Boards, Karine Heckmann as VP New Networks and Ana Baranda and Malika Mir sharing the VP Technology role. Strategic Partnerships will be led by Marijo Bos and Marketing, Public Relations and other appointed leaders will be announced shortly.
Conferences
Bandeau delegation outremer A l’occasion de la Journée de la femme, un débat sur le thème « Femmes d’outre-mer et entrepreneuriat en France » sera organisé le mardi 10 mars 2009 de 18h à 20h sous le haut patronage de Patrick Karam, délégué interministériel pour l’Egalité des chances des Français d’outre-mer. Il aura lieu en salle Félix Éboué à la Délégation interministérielle – 27, rue Oudinot 75007 Paris.
CCWN London invitation
June 2008 – International Career Strategies – Corporate Council Women of Colour – CCWNLaurie Nicole Robinson, CEO of CCWN has invited to the International Career Strategies held in London. Hundred black women who came from all around Europe and USA gathered around 3 speakers : Debra Martin Chase, Adrianne Rose George, and me, Sandrine Joseph. We discussed how women to break through the concrete ceiling. Adrianne George discussed how the social network can help to find the expertise, the sisterhood to overcome difficulties, Debra Martin Chase delivered a testimnoy of her life as a entrepreneur in Hollywood, and I presented an argumentation related to women and leadership: how to break the concrete ceiling. 
Sandrine Joseph July 2008 – 1st International black women conference – Kwakoe Festival – AWESandra Rafaela (WAD) and Hellen Felter (TIYE International) has decided to gather their energies to launch the 1st international black women conference, during the Kwakoe festival in Amsterdam Netherlands. We, Black Women living in Europe, has decided to found the basis of a pan-european network to promote the balck women across Europe in a positive way. Blackgril on Marshas published the minutes of the event on her blog. 
Books

Le Gotha Noir de France


Voices of Black European Women Vol 1

September 2008 – “Voices of Black European Women vol 1″ – Black European Women CouncilOn september 9th, 2008, Black european women decided to create a new network – Black European Women Council - supported by European Union, and multiple European non-profit organizations.As I said, this blog was created in memory of my ancesters who dared to cross overseas and overcome cultural barriers to raise a family. My only heritage is their strengh. The strengh to overcome themselves and gain respect. As founder-member, I wrote an article base on this strengh and raise solutions for issues black women face in Europe, more specifically in France.