by Roberto Aguilar
Jueves Septiembre 29, 2016
Globally the presence of women in business remains limited, although the majority in the population and in many cases have better educational preparation. In Mexico only 6 percent of management positions of large companies are held by women, and listed on the BMV of José Oriol Bosch no fémina presides stations. So the relevance of the forum was first held today in Mexico as part of a global initiative and the principles of corporate governance, and is organized by the Corporate Women Directors International presiding Irene Natividad and the BMV itself; The event will bring together figures such as Louise Goeser, CEO of Siemens Mesoamerica; Patricia Gonzalez, global head of PricewaterhouseCoopers; Blanca Trevino, CEO of Softtek; and Cari Dominguez, director of the Manpower Council and former President of the Commission and Equal Employment Opportunity United States.
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