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 Our mentoring program is open to all members who identify with a minority in the profession* as well as allies who share our vision of feminism, inclusivity, and respect and are active in our initiative. Our mentors include professors and professionals who demonstrate an open mind and willingness to mentor and stand up for women and other underrepresented groups in the profession.


As part of their Diversity Strategy, the Royal Economic Society has developed the “Consciously Inclusive Mentoring” short program. They have kindly agreed to open their training to our mentors. We share their belief that this can take us one step closer to making Economics a more diverse and inclusive discipline and hope you are interested in investing your time in this professional development training. 


We are organizing an apéro for all mentors and mentees at the Geneva Graduate Institute from 6pm on the 12th of October, we would love to see you there.

Write to us if you want to join our mentoring program!

*Under-represented groups include, but are not limited to, women, individuals of color, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, individuals from less privileged backgrounds, disabled individuals, people with mental health conditions, first-generation students, religious minorities (…).  

During the academic year 2021-2022,  28 mentees participated,

and 23 faculty members and postdocs served as mentors. 

We are grateful for their generous support!


Luisa Lambertini 

University of Geneva

 Céline Carrère, Julien Xavier Daubanes, Giacomo De Giorgi, Giovanni Ferro-Luzzi, Jaya Krishnakumar, Jérémy Lucchetti, Monika Mrázová, Marcelo Olarreaga, Michele Pellizzari, Jean-Charles Rochet

The Graduate Institute

Julia Cajal-Grossi, Imelda, Joëlle Noailly, Ugo Panizza, Cédric Tille, Lore Vandewalle, Martina Viarengo, Beatrice Weder di Mauro

University of Lausanne

Kenza Benhima, Rustamdjan Hakimov, Rafael Lalive, Camille Terrier, Tiziano Rotesi

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