Fatou SAGNA SOW is a Technical Adviser to the President of the Senegalese Economic, Social, and Environmental Council (ESEC) for Senegal. This country’s second Constitutional Assembly reviews issues, and propose views and suggestions for reform deemed to foster the economic, social, and environmental development of the nation.
She has degrees in business and comparative law, from the University of Paris X and Paris 2 Assas. She also has a Master in Multimedia and Information Systems Law from the University of Strasbourg III before joining the french Institut Mines Telecom for a Specialised Master in Telecom Management.
She has experience working as a consultant on economic developement topics for different organizations in Senegal. And prior to that in law firms in Paris, specialising in multimedia and information systems law and in the legal departments of BNP Paribas CIB and Societe General Corporate and Investment Bank as financial Lawyer. She moved up in rank within the Bank Société Général and was appointed Group Legal Knowledge Manager. There, she was in charge of managing and leading the knowledge management tools used by the group’s lawyers and was responsible for coordinating the work of the Legal Knowledge Champions located in all continents.
To establish the international character of her career, Fatou is candidate to the Executive MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.