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Fatoumata Ly

Fatoumata Ly

Head of Events


Paris, France

I’m passionate about bringing people together to be inspired. Events are amazing and beautiful moments when done with passion creates lifetime memories for the customer.






Head of Event Planning

I started at efma, as an event coordinator in charge of the organisation and marketing of local events. Since last year I am now the Head of event planning, which means I manage the plannification of the different events we organise worldwide.

I am also the Programme and event organiser on specific events such as our study tour in California and our Awards ceremony.

Working at efma has been so far an amazing experience, I get to have several hats, sometimes organiser handling all the logistic and hotel related tasks. Sometimes in charge of building the programme of the events I am in charge. It makes it challenging and very exciting as I get to work with people from different cultures.

I love producing amazing events, marketing and creating various atmospheres. At Efma, leader in sharing best practices within the financial institutions I have had the opportunity to produce events with an amazing team that is never afraid to dream big.


Levo League

Local Levo Leader Paris

As the leader of Local Levo Paris, I’m here to create experiences that put the women of Paris in control of their career. Locally, I plan events that make it easy for them to grow and build connections and create a life they’re passionate about. From leading workshops on negotiation to helping Levo members discover their thinking talents, I’m energized by leading the Local Levo Paris community towards a deeper Paris network and a career they love.

Sup Career- INSEEC

Master's degree, Marketing & Customer Relationship Management

I did what we called and Ecole de commerce in france for my master degree. I chose to do it in "alternance" which means going to shool whil working in a company that sponsor my studies. I have great memories of our class, we were all active motivated student. I particularly enjoyed the class I took on intellectual property and the case studies we made on building our company. Definitely an important part of my life where I met beautiful and inspiring people.


SUNY Geneseo

Exchange programme

Adapting and growing. Moving to SUNY Geneseo for a validation of my French bachelor, was one of the most challenging period in my life. I chose to do this exchange for one year to discover myself and achievements I can be capable of in a complete different environment. I have learned that our limits are only define by ourselves. Working and learning in a complete different language and environment tought me to always focus in order to achieve excellence. I met some of the most inspiring people in my academic life.

Université Paul Valéry (Montpellier III)

Bachelor, Language Sciences and Cultural mediation

The Faculté des Lettres of Montpellier is a place full of ressources in Southern France. When I took the plane at 18 to land there I first thought I would never be able to make it. Moving to France in 2007 to attend this university was hard. It tought me that no matter where I come from and the difficulties I face, mental is key. Having a goal and focusing would then lead me to success. Its is a key period in building the person you are and will be in the coming years. This is the period of my life I like to call "l’École de la vie" (the school of life).
I met professors who helped me, friends for lifetime and unique knowledge.


International School of Tunis (EIT)

Highschool, Lettres

Tolerance and discovery of another Africa.
Leaving Guinea for Tunisia, was such a big shift for me. Growing up in a country where electricity and water is not part of the basic progress made that arrival in Tunisia breathtaking. Riding on highways, having fancy restaurants, cinemas and attraction parcs, my eyes were wide open from my 14 years old. It tought me tolerance and gave me a better understanding of the Arab world and culture and a better understanding of the African continent. Moving there without my parents also tought me what independance and hard work meant from a very early stage.


Ecole de la Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinee

Middle school

I grew up in a mining area, a small town named Kamsar in Guinea. The middle school I went to was a small global village within a African village. I was surrounded by kids from all over the world. I will always be grateful to this unique school in this world for giving me the right tools to navigate in this constantly changing world.