Last month, I attended the Women’s Forum Mexico in Mexico City where I joined together with over 800 of some of the most powerful women and men leaders from Mexico and abroad.
The Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society is a leading platform dedicated to to highlighting women’s voices and perspectives on global issues. The Women’s Forum Mexico included several roundtables and workshops on topics addressing key issues facing women today and (to) discuss world challenges and concrete solutions to make a difference, and build bridges between generations, countries and cultures.
Prior to the forum, I participated in the North American Business Development Mission for Women where I met with entrepreneurs and business leaders from Mexico, Canada and the United States. The event was held at the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which was co-hosted by the Ministry, Women’s Forum, ProMexico, and the Canadian and the U.S. Embassies to Mexico. Panel discussions addressed top challenges for women expanding to new markets, financial inclusion, the role of women in the tech-innovation sector, and eco systems to support women-owned businesses in North America.
The North American delegation also participated in a visit to the Museum of the Museo de la Memoria y Tolerancia (Museum of Memory and Tolerance).