Pernambuco gains international fame for changing lives of immigrant women in the United States

Pernambuco gains international fame for changing lives of immigrant women in the United States

To completely change your life, Pernambuco by Lillian Mageskey He left Recife in 2007 and landed in the United States to pursue his dream. But what was not in his plans was that the move would be a turning point for many immigrant women living in America.

Knowing the many difficulties of these women, the speech therapist closed the doors of his office in Brazil by training and devoted his time to opening the doors of success abroad. However, he never stopped working with his voice, giving new meaning to the lives of many, an echo of hope, dignity and encouragement in the tone of his words.


Because of this, Lillian became known as the Queen of Networking and is currently the President of AME – the Association of Women Entrepreneurs in the United States.

“With the title of representative of Brazilian immigrant women in America and activist for community causes, today I am a spokesperson for women and I am helping to establish themselves as successful professionals within the legal framework and prosper in their businesses. I dedicate my life to the United States. United”, he explains.

In addition to her work in eleven US states as head of AME, Lillian has garnered community and international media attention due to growing interest from executives and celebrities who believe in and invest in the women’s cause. Huh. In recent years, he was the personality who organized the most social and entrepreneurship events in the United States, having already closed partnerships with the US and Brazilian governments. Sebrae, SBA (Small Business Administration), Brazilian Consulate in the United States, US Consulate, among others.

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