Media Alerts

February 26, 2014

Feb. 26, 2015 – Washington

Elizabeth Vazquez HSElizabeth A. Vazquez, CEO and Co-Founder of WEConnect International, is now serving on the Eisenhower Fellowships Board of Trustees to help identify innovative leaders from all professions, women and men of notable achievement, who have the potential to do even more.  Executive Committee Members include General Colin L. Powell, James W. Hovey, and Christine Todd Whitman (https://www.efworld.org/about-us/trustees).

Edgar Cullman, Eisenhower Fellowships trustee and Chair of the Nominating Committee, said during the recent announcement, “Elizabeth brings extensive global experience to our Board and clearly has a passion for the work Eisenhower Fellowships does and will be a strong asset to the organization.”

February 26, 2014

WEConnect International and representatives of public and private organizations that support female empowerment will join Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla in a ceremony to sign an executive decree to support the economic development of women.

WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 26, 2014

WEConnect International and representatives of public and private organizations that support female empowerment will join Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla on February 27 in a ceremony in San José to sign an executive decree to support the economic development of women.

Belisa de las Casas, Director of Latin America for WEConnect International, and Antonina Sequeira, WEConnect International Market Lead for Costa Rica, will sign on behalf of their organization.

June 04, 2013

Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) and WEConnect International will collaborate to boost women business owner's economic opportunities through access to networks and markets.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (PRWEB) JUNE 04, 2013

Networking, contacts and education for women business owners around the world will be strengthened as a result of an agreement signed in Washington, DC, by the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) and WEConnect International. Both organizations pursue activities that build economic parity and increase business opportunities for women.

Started in 1989, OWIT is dedicated to advancing global trade opportunities for businesswomen through its educational opportunities, global membership and 25 chapters worldwide. With a presence in 15 countries and self-registered businesses in over 50 countries, WEConnect International is connecting certified women’s business enterprises to multinational corporations inside a newly launched eNetwork: Global Directory of Women-Owned Businesses.