About Corinne Vigreux
At the heart of tech for over three decades, Corinne Vigreux is one of the founders of TomTom, the inventor of the Personal Navigation Device, a mapmaker and leading location technology provider for drivers, carmakers, enterprises and developers. In her time at TomTom, Corinne has held various commercial and marketing roles, including full P&L responsibility for the consumer division. She remains active today as CMO. She is chair of Techleap, vice chair of the supervisory board of Just Eat Takeaway.com N.V., supervisory board member of the Board of the Dutch National Opera and Ballet. Through her philanthropic foundation, Sofronie, she founded CODAM, a non-profit coding school with a world-class curriculum that’s empowering the next generation of talent. Voted as one of the top 50 most inspirational women in European tech, Corinne champions women in the workforce and passionately advocates for improved social mobility through education.