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I’m a Girl, I’m Important Camp in a Box

Every year, 300 girls from Miches attend the Soy niña, soy importante (I’m a Girl, I’m Important) camp. The program encourages and teaches them to design a positive life plan, to build confidence and to empower themselves to make age appropriate decisions such as continuing their studies, preventing untimely pregnancies, and avoiding and escaping situations of violence.

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I’m a Girl, I’m Important Camp in a Box

Every year, 300 girls from Miches attend the Soy niña, soy importante (I’m a Girl, I’m Important) camp. The program encourages and teaches them to design a positive life plan, to build confidence and to empower themselves to make age appropriate decisions such as continuing their studies, preventing untimely pregnancies, and avoiding and escaping situations of violence.

Corporate Social Responsibility During COVID-19

I asked Maria Ignacia Arcaya, SVP of Social Impact and Institutional Relations, to be my guest writer for this post. I wanted Maria Ignacia to share with you the amazing work that the team has been doing around COVID19. In the last few weeks we have all in one way or another had to rethink […]

Back to Space…Now to Disrupt the Global Mobile Market

A couple of years ago, I shared with you the exciting news of Cisneros’ investment in AST & Science, a satellite manufacturer founded by space industry pioneer Abel Avellan. As a fellow countryman from my beloved Venezuela and as a space enthusiast myself, I was thrilled to hear of Abel’s penchant for designing a satellite […]

Babson College Honors My Father with an Honoris Causa Degree in Law

I am so proud of the Honoris Causa my father Gustavo received at his Alma Mater. I thought it would be nice to share his blog with my readers. I’m pleased to announce that Babson College, my Alma Mater, recently honored me with a honoris causa degree in law at its centennial anniversary celebration. This recognition has not only […]

Back to Space

Ever since I was a young girl growing up in Caracas, I have been fascinated with satellites and space. My interest began in the mid-90s when I tagged along on a trip with my father to meet all of our local partners in South America. This was not only the first time I had traveled […]

One Week in Israel is Not Enough, but it Sure is a Good Start

One week in Israel is not enough, but it sure is a good start. I have just returned from my first trip to Israel hosted by the AJC’s Project Interchange. Every year the AJC, together with the Knight Foundation, hosts a group of Miami tech entrepreneurs in Israel for an immersive experience. Through these one […]