At Noatum we give voice to the protagonists of March 8, International Women’s Day. Our goal this year has been to appeal to everyone’s responsibility in the important challenge of creating an equal world for all.
This 2021 we go further, we challenge ourselves, we communicate and even look each other in the eyes thanks to the #ChoosetoChallenge initiative, through which you can get to know in detail six women with inspiring stories that, from different parts of the world, tell us their experiences.
We have asked them questions related to the importance of being responsible of our thoughts, actions and choices, which help us to challenge ourselves and reach the ultimate goal: to create a more inclusive world.
Here you have the full video with the interviews we have held with them, where they show us that they have taken a step forward by getting involved with different entities in the interest of working for a more equitable world.
The following are the colleagues who have lent us their experience and voice this year:
Global Network Development
She is involved with Women in Business (WIB), a community of Spanish Business Women that work in Hong Kong. This community is a forum to share knowledge and work together towards personal Development. They organized leadership talks, workshops and webinars and help newcomers to integrate into Hong Kong society.
Ocean Import Pricing Manager
She is involved with www.kadinozsavunma.org, an academy that organizes empowerment and self-defense workshops for women’s groups and carries out advocacy activities to strengthen the solidarity network among women with similar experiences. They contribute to the empowerment of women by raising awareness through empowering activities on women’s rights, gender equality and self-defense.
Telma takes part in a Maritime Business Women association that supports women leading roles in Maritime industry.
LATAM Corporate Counsel
She is an active member of WIP – Peru “Woman in the Profession”, APDACI “Asociación peruana de Derecho Aduanero y Comercio Internacional” and is involved in the activities of WIT – Peru “Woman in international trade”.
VP USA Business Development
She has been a member of CSCMP (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals), since 2007. She typically participates in all their monthly networking luncheons has hosted a round-table in Houston. She was a virtual speaker at the nation CSCMP event, in 2020, talking about the trade war. As part of CSCMP, she regularly participates in a “women in logistics” roundtable.”
International Accounting Administrative Tramp
She is involved in #BeLeaderWoman movement that works towards building women leadership in Sports.
To all of them, thanks for sharing your experience!