Francesca de Bardin

Francesca de Bardin

Francesca de Bardin has studied geo-politics and the global impact of colonialism and globalization for 25 years. Her conclusion is that many key masculine values that have advanced our civilization have now become harmful. The planet is out of balance and women's values must be incorporated into our organizational structures worldwide. She writes and speaks about feminine values and leadership. 

Born in California, she began her career in marketing at Mattel Toys. She moved to New York City to advance her career in the 1970’s. 
She has founded and led three different companies: F.L. Taylor & Co, an executive search firm, Francesca Girard, a chain of accessories boutiques, and Francvin, an importing and distributing company for high quality French and Italian ingredients for America’s finest chefs and gourmet stores.

As an executive search consultant she identified and assisted in the hiring of senior management leaders for many of America’s biggest corporations. It is where she expanded her knowledge of leadership skills and how to identify them.
She is also a French citizen and resides permanently in France .Francesca de Bardin was founder and CEO of three businesses headquartered in New York City.  Born in California, she has lived in New York City, East Hampton and Paris and currently resides in France.  Francesca has traveled internationally throughout her life.  She has researched and studied the global oligarchy for 30 years.  This book is the culmination of that research.

Francesca began her career in California marketing at Mattel Toys.  She moved to New York City to advance her career in the 1970’s. She has founded and led three different companies:  F.L. Taylor & Co, an executive search firm, Francesca Girard, a chain of accessories boutiques, and Francvin, an importing and distributing company for high quality French and Italian ingredients for America’s finest chefs and gourmet stores.

As an executive search consultant she identified and assisted in the hiring of senior management leaders for many of America’s biggest corporations.  It is where she expanded her knowledge of leadership skills and how to identify them.

She studied geo-politics and the global impact of colonialism and globalization for 25 years.  Her conclusion is that the key male values that have advanced our civilization have now become toxic.  The planet is out of balance and women's values must be incorporated into our organizational structures worldwide.  She is a commentator and speaker on feminine principles and values and leadership.