Cyril Garcia

Cyril Garcia

Global Sustainability Services & Corporate Responsibility

Head of Global Sustainability Services and Corporate Responsibility
Member of the Group Executive Board

Cyril Garcia was appointed Global Sustainability Services and Corporate Responsibility Head on January 1st, 2023. He is responsible for the integration of sustainability across Capgemini’s portfolio of client services, as well as driving the Group’s own sustainability agenda. Cyril is also responsible for Capgemini’s Corporate Social Responsibility activity. Cyril has been a member of the Group Executive Board since 2018.

Prior to this, Cyril Garcia was CEO of Capgemini Invent, the digital innovation, consulting and transformation brand of the Capgemini Group, from 2018. He also led the Group’s sectorial strategy and CSR during this tenure.

From 2017, Cyril led Digital Services for the Capgemini Group. He held the position of Head of Capgemini Consulting, in 2015. From 2010 – 2019, Cyril was a member of the Group Executive Committee.

From 2013, Cyril held roles heading up Capgemini Consulting in France and in Spain.

Prior to this, Cyril was Strategy Director of the Capgemini Group – a role to which he was appointed in 2010.

As a member of the Capgemini Consulting Executive Committee in France from 2003 to 2010, Cyril held a number of different positions, including head of business development for Capgemini Consulting France.

In 2002, Cyril took on responsibility for the public sector in Capgemini Ernst & Young (post acquisition).

During the 1990s, Cyril managed many enterprise and public organization transformations in the services, utilities and media sectors while at Bossard Consultants, which he joined in 1993, before the company was acquired by Capgemini in 1997.

Since 1999, Cyril has been a member of the German Marshall Fund Fellowship, an American public policy think tank dedicated to the promotion of greater comprehension and cooperation between North America and Europe. Cyril was also appointed to The French Digital Council in 2013.

Cyril graduated from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris in 1989.