Businesswoman Says She’s Grateful to All Women in Brazil: “They Feel Represented”
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Magazine LouisaLuiza Helena Trajano, receiving the award on Monday (May 9, 2022) person of the Year (Free translation, Personality of the Year) at the Brazil-United States Chamber of Commerce, New York.
Trazzano was nominated for the honor in May 2020, but the ceremony was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Brazil-United States Chamber of Commerce, person of the Year it is “The Main Event of the Brazilian-American Community in the United States”,
In her speech, Luiza Helena Trajano declared that she never thought she would one day receive the award. The businessman also said that he was grateful “all women” from Brazil. “You can’t imagine how they feel with all the awards I’ve received, especially this one”They said.
Luiza Helena Trajano, President brazilian women’s groupThe only Brazilian in the list of the 100 most influential people in the world by the magazine Team –She was also included in the group of 25 Most Influential Women of 2021 financial teams,
She is the third woman to receive this honour. The first was Carla Anderson Hills, the former US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in 1990. Second, Yolanda Queiroz (1928–2016), Brazilian businessman and former chairman of the Edson Queiroz Group, in 2008.
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IBM CEO Virginia Rometty was also honored with the title. The Brazil-American Chamber of Commerce honors 2 outstanding leaders—one Brazilian and one North American—deemed essential to strengthen ties between countries.
Those honored with the title include former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, former US President Bill Clinton, former minister Henrique Meerels and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
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Also on Monday, the trader rang the opening bell to begin the trading session of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). He spoke at the Brazil summit.
The event brought together government representatives, economists, financiers and business leaders to discuss Brazil’s economic and business environment and the role of the private sector as an engine of growth after the pandemic. Guests include Gustavo Montezano, President of the BNDES, and Marina Grossi, President of the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development.
Disclaimer, Magalu’s CEO, Frederico Trajano, is a minority shareholder in the digital newspaper Power 360,