Portrait | Education, Entrepreneurship / Innovation

They make the Université de Lyon: meet Nawel Boughanem

On The September 1, 2020

The Université de Lyon met with Nawel Boughanem, an alumnus of the “Lockdown graduating class” of the Digital Transformation University Diploma program.

What did you do before the Digital Transformation University Diploma?

I have a degree in political science and cultural project management. I worked in communications and partnerships for about ten years. I then decided to start my own company that specializes in experiential tourism for companies, where I organized unique team-building activities designed to introduce the teams to new innovative and cultural sites.


How did you hear about the Digital Transformation University Diploma?

I wanted to pursue a basic training course about the digital transformation within businesses. The short program and the fact that it combined lectures and work placements was exactly what I was looking for.


What did you like most about the Digital Transformation University Diploma?

I really appreciated the quality and content of the different lectures. The professors provided valuable insights that helped break down barriers and better understand the challenges of digital technology.

What will you do now?

I would like to get involved in developing cultural, tourism or social and solidarity-based economy (SSE) projects, and to support cultural companies in their digitalization projects. I want to use my creativity to help build the city of tomorrow. The use of digital technology is becoming increasingly common in the culture and tourism industry. What I learned during the Disrupt’Campus program will allow me to come up with more innovative solutions.


This interview was conducted by Isabelle Cohen, also an alumnus of the
Digital Transformation University Diploma