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Maureen Chiquet

Independent director



Maureen Chiquet became the first Global CEO of Chanel in 2007, elevating the house’s iconic brand and spearheading its worldwide expansion. After leaving Chanel in 2016, she authored a book, Beyond The Label: Women, Leadership and Success on Our Own Terms, which charts her career and unique perspective on women in leadership. She chairs the boards of Golden Goose and La Double J, is a Non-Executive Director of Canada Goose and of Credo, a clean beauty retailer, and works as a Senior Advisor for Permira. Previously, Maureen Chiquet sat on the board of Vivendi, and served as a Trustee of the Yale Corporation and The New York Academy of Art.

After graduating from Yale University with a degree in literature, Maureen Chiquet moved to Paris to begin her career in marketing at L’Oréal. She then pivoted to fashion, joining The Gap, and helping to launch and build the Old Navy brand. She was named president of Banana Republic before becoming COO and President of U.S operations of Chanel in 2003.

The cooptation of Maureen Chiquet will be subject to ratification by the shareholders’ meeting called to approve the financial statements for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2023.