Chelsie Kumar AXA's Great Global Adventurer
May 18, 2017

How the women of AXA are changing the world

Workplace practices, leadership opportunities, supporting the female marketplace and philanthropic partnerships - during my time as the Great Global Adventurer I’ve had the chance to see first-hand how AXA approaches gender equality around the world.
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