quinta-feira, 25 de fevereiro de 2021

 

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Thursday, March 4th
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
(Eastern Time - U.S. and Canada)
Join women from corporate and civil society as we celebrate International Women’s Day and kick off a special “Women’s Initiative Series.”

The first program in this series, “Challenges to Workplace Gender Equality and Advancement,” will examine how COVID-19 has affected the advancement of women in the labor market. Our panelists will address how the challenges imposed by the pandemic have forced many women to downshift their careers or leave the workforce entirely due to the effect on their families, childcare, etc. They will discuss the repercussions this has had on the representation of women in the corporate world, both in the United States and Brazil, and on gender equality and diversity. Our panelists will also focus on how business leaders are strengthening social corporate responsibility practices to address these issues. The program will spotlight female business executives who are resetting norms and creating inclusive, equitable cultures that empower women to succeed. Join us for what is sure to be a compelling discussion!

 
Opening Remarks
Simoni MoratoChief Executive Officer & Senior Executive Vice PresidentSafra National Bank of New York and President & Chairperson of the BoardBrazilian-American Chamber of Commerce
Moderator
Angelica VieiraExecutive ProducerManhattan Connection
Speakers
Flavia DezzottiAssociate General CounselMcKinsey
Karla MendesFounderQuantas
Rebecca TavaresCEOBrazil Foundation
Elen de PaulaPartnerships DirectorArvori
Fabiane GoldsteinFounding PartnerInspIR Group
Registration Information

Free of Charge
Space is Limited.

The event information will be provided to registrants once registration has been completed.
This event has been organized by the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with
BrazilFoundation.
Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. | 485 Madison Avenue, Suite 401, New York, NY 10022 | (212) 751-4691

Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce  485 Madison Avenue, Suite 401, New York, New York 10022, United States  2127514691


NYFW Model Experience

Join Designer Krissy King for a Model Experience in NYC during Fashion Week on September 10, 2021! Wear amazing fashion, get GLAM, and Live YOUR Best Life! Open to ages 5-Adult! All sizes and experience levels welcome!

NYFW Model Experience Details

Model Shoot Out!

SAVE THE DATE: April 11, 2021 in South Carolina!!

Model Shoot Out

The shoot out will be set on over 10 acres of beauty!

This is open to anyone ages 5-adult!

Scenery includes: Nature filled trails, Enchanted Forest, Tall Boho Grass, open fields, a styled TeePee, Flower Swing, and SO MUCH MORE! Do not miss out on this fun filled day! Designer clothing provided for the photoshoots! Each look you shoot comes with 5 artistically edited, digital images.

Model Info Here
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1 Pennsylvania Plaza
New York, NY 10119

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Thursday, February 25th
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
(Eastern Time - U.S. and Canada)

This follow-up webinar on "Surviving COVID-19” will address:
• The most up-to-date information on government loans for small businesses.

• Take a look at the travel industry and the effect of testing has had on travel (addressing the
   current state of and prospects for international travel, especially to/from Latin America).

• Provide an update on medical issues.
Click here to download the speaker bios.
Speakers
Giovanni Franchin, M.D., Ph.D.Chief Associate Program Director, RheumatologyBronxCare Health System
Regina FrassetoGeneral ManagerChanteclair Travel Agency
Elaine Powell-BelnavisEconomic Development SpecialistSmall Business Administration
Registration Information
Members and
Non-Members: Free
Webinar information will be provided to registrants once registration has been completed
Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. | 485 Madison Avenue, Suite 401, New York, NY 10022 | (212) 751-4691