Jo-Ann talks to Alizé Utteryn, a multi-talented female entrepreneur with strong artistic fiber and determination. Born in Cayenne (French Guiana, South America) and raised in Paris, Alizé is a graduate of Paris’ Institute Superior of Human Resources (ISGP) with a Master of Sciences degree in Human Resources Management (Business Administration). She has extensive and varied experiences, which add to her uniqueness: she is an artist, an international dancer who has traveled worldwide with different troupes, a human resources and payroll specialist with experience working for various global companies, and has worked as a model and an executive assistant for a modeling agency. She has also become a member of the US National Committee for UN Women, advocating for gender equality and the empowerment of women. She now runs AlizéLaVie Media and AlizéLaVie magazine, an international multicultural bilingual magazine yet another new and exciting challenge.
Alize shares how her entrepreneurial journey all began. She says, ” My entrepreneurial life has turned out a true revelation. It is far from being a piece of cake, being so very challenging, but it remains the most rewarding experience in my life ever. It has completely changed my life in a totally positive because at the end of the day being an entrepreneur is about getting your destiny, your life under control and most importantly being free. Despite all the challenges, I wouldn’t have changed anything, it is the learning entrepreneurship process.” Are you going beyond boundaries?