Regis Chasse is member of the Capgemini University executive committee, and director of curriculum for Capgemini Group. In 2015, Capgemini global curriculum reached more than 1.65 million employees across 40 countries virtually, regionally, or centrally. The global curriculum that he oversees builds the strategic capabilities necessary for Capgemini Group to achieve its objectives and ambitions in the near and long term.
Regis began his career as a software engineer and project manager, while graduating from the Ecole Privee des Sciences Informatiques in Paris, France, with a master in computer science (french-eq.). He moved to the United States in 1993 and completed a master in business administration with the University of Nebraska. He joined Capgemini Group in 1998. Regis also holds both a master of education and a doctorate of education from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a seasoned conference speaker and author on the topics of continuous learning, learning innovation, digital-age learning, learning effectiveness evaluation, and the value of professional certifications for corporations. Regis is a member of the Employer Subject Matter Expert Team advising the U.S. Department of Education on the Jobs for the Future initiative.