Italian successful women: the two Alumnae of the latest Forbes' list

Who's who lists are all the rage: whether they are ike it or not, their a way to take a picture of a reality in a simple and immediate way, giving readers the tools to explore the topic. In the last few weeks we have talked about the Forbes list of Italian Under 30s , which counts 11 young innovators of Politecnico, and that of La Repubblica dei IT security guru in Italy , in which 4 Alumni of great international prestige make their appearance.

Today we talk about a new Forbes' list of the Italian women who most had a positive impact in their field in 2021 . Alongside sports and creatives, there are also managers, entrepreneurs and scientists . It is the fourth consecutive year in which Forbes Italia celebrates the 100 successful Italian women ( these are those of 2020: can you find the Alumnae of Politecnico? ).

TWO ALUMNAE IN THE FORBES LIST 2021: PEOPLE'S LEADERS, BEFORE COMPANIES

Emanuela Trentin ( Alumna of managing engineering) is CEO of Siram Veolia , a multinational group with a hundred years of history that operates in the energy resource management sector. In Italy you have almost three thousand workers and closed 2019 with a turnover of 700 million euros. " target= how to save resources and energy. Especially in hospitals ", she headlines La Repubblica Economia in an in-depth study of 2020, to which Trentin declares:" I believe that the success of companies is based on organization. The perfect one, drawn on paper does not exist, it must be adapted to people “.

emanuela trentin
Credits: www.repubblica.it

Of Virginia Magliulo (Alumna ing. Elettronica) speaks Monza Today, which describes her as “ one of the 100 world wonder women ”. Magliulo has an international career behind her (she worked as a construction engineer in London, Paris, Strasbourg and Israel) and rapid growth: she joined ADP in 2015 and became general manager of ADP Italy in 5 months , general manager of the entire southern European area in 2017 and President Global View HCM in 2019. Today he leads over 1,000 people.

virginia magliulo
Credits: www.datamanager.it

Always involved in the fight against wage inequality, in an interview said :" I believe that in Italian companies there is still a good step to take so that they truly become a mirror of society ". Because, argues Magliulo, companies change if people change. This is the message that she passes in her contribution to the Alumni book " TOWARDS 2099 - 87 Tips from the great Alumni of the Politecnico di Milano ”, where he describes the role of young people in bringing companies closer to new consumer trends on a global scale.

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