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Sodexo sponsors FICC Members Soirée at "What's She Doing Here' exhibition, Little Museum of Dublin

Sodexo Ireland is one of the sponsors of the ‘What’s She Doing Here - Women at Work 1918-2018’ Exhibition, running from 31st March to 10th June 2018 at the Little Museum of Dublin, one of the capital’s top-rated attractions.

Sodexo is the largest French-owned employer in Ireland and a Patron of the France Ireland Chamber of Commerce. The company hosted an evening reception and viewing for its fellow members of the FICC on Tuesday 10th April 2018. Country President Margot Slattery was at the event with guest speaker Mary Mitchell O'Connor TD, Minister of State for Higher Education, Mathieu Gorge, President of the France Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Kathryn McCance, Development Manager, Little Museum of Dublin.

From the left to the right: Mary Mitchell O'Connor TD, Minister of State for Higher Education, Mathieu Gorge, President France Ireland Chamber of Commerce, Margot Slattery, Country President Sodexo Ireland, Kathryn McCance, Development Manager The Little Museum of Dublin 

The exhibition which has received extensive national media coverage, celebrates trailblazing Irish women over the past hundred years in the workplace, trade, professions and professional sporting arena. It includes stunning photographs and illustrations taken from two books, "A Woman's Work" by Beta Bajgartova and "Rocking the System, Fearless and Amazing Irish Women who made History" by Siobhan Parkinson in addition to films, audio recordings and a Post-it poll for visitors to continue the conversation about equality and what it means in Ireland today.

Margot Slattery, country president, Sodexo Ireland, said “We’re delighted to be a sponsor of the wonderful exhibition, which celebrates Irish female pioneers who faced and overcame societal and cultural obstacles to follow their dreams of working and financial independence.  Their bravery and determination cleared the way for subsequent female generations to pursue career paths that would have been unheard of a century ago.”

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