Anne Bouverot has over 25 years’ experience at senior level in international organisations in the telecoms and information technology sector.
Ms. Bouverot is former Chair and CEO of Safran Identity & Security (formerly Morpho), a world leader in security and identity solutions, employing more than 8,600 people in 55 countries and generating revenues of €2bn. She is the former Chair of Morpho USA, Inc, former Chair of the Board of Morpho Detection International, LLC and a former member of the Supervisory Board of Morpho Cards GmbH.
Prior to joining Morpho in 2015, Ms. Bouverot spent four years as CEO of GSMA, the international association of mobile network operators. Previously, she was Executive Vice President, International Business Development, at Orange from 2006 to 2009 followed by two years as Executive Vice President, Mobile Services, based in Paris
In 2004, Ms. Bouverot became Chief of Staff for the CEO of Orange in the UK, followed by Executive Vice President, Mobile Services for Orange. Prior to joining Orange, Ms Bouverot served as Vice President at Equant’s IT services unit for two years having spent five years as Director, network costs at Global One, an enterprise telecoms joint venture between Sprint, Deutsche Telekom and France Télécom. Ms. Bouverot began her career as IT project manager with Telmex in Mexico.
Ms. Bouverot is Founder and Chair of Fondation Abeona (Data Science for Fairness and Equality) and is an Independent Director of CapGemini, Cellnex Telecom and Edenred. Ms. Bouverot has received the distinguished awards of Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite (France) and Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur (France).