Schneider Electric's Vice President Digital Buildings, Louise Monger, has been chosen as a member of the prestigious Chief Executive Women (CEW) in recognition of her enduring leadership and contributions to the industry. CEW represents distinguished women leaders across various sectors and holds the shared vision of “Women Leaders Enabling Women Leaders.”
Louise Monger, responsible for energy management and automation solutions at Schneider Electric and leading a team that serves diverse sectors, expressed her enthusiasm about the membership: “It’s important to continue the discussion around gender diversity and empowering women to challenge themselves in the workforce. I am delighted to be invited to join a credible organisation such as CEW, where I will have the opportunity to assist in advancing gender equality in the workplace.”
Since joining Schneider Electric in 2020, Monger has emerged as a thought leader in property technology. She is also a change agent, serving as Deputy Chair for Schneider’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council.
Gareth O’Reilly, Schneider Electric’s Pacific Zone President, applauded Monger's achievements: “We are proud to see Louise being recognised for her continuous leadership efforts and congratulate her on being offered a membership at CEW. She has made an incredible impact on her team and customers at Schneider Electric, and we are excited to see her share her passion and knowledge with such an impressive group of female leaders.”
As a member of CEW, Monger will collaborate with over 1,000 influential women in leading roles across Australia's significant organizations, focusing on removing barriers to women's economic participation and endorsing equal opportunity through various means, including advocacy, research, targeted programs, and scholarships. Her appointment underlines the growing recognition of women's leadership in the field of digital transformation and the concerted efforts towards gender equality in the workplace.