CaixaBank held this Tuesday its first ‘Breakfast in Feminine Code’ on the occasion of International Women’s Day and with the aim of raise awareness of the importance of diversity and equality in business and society.
At the event, which was held at the headquarters of CaixaBank’s territorial management in the Region of Murcia, they participated the director of the Territorial, Olga García, and a total of 13 women from different sectors of the Region of Murcia, as well as a dozen professionals from different areas of the financial entity.
Among the attendees were Encarna OrtizCEO of the Vigilant Group; Elizabeth SanchezCEO and CFO of we differentiate ourselves; Ana Belen Martinezregional director of external relations Mercadona; Elizabeth Martinezvice president of Economy Circle and Professor of Accounting and Finance at UMU; Isabel Canovassocial administrative of red bell grapes; Macarena PeronaDirector of Communication of Carrillo Advisors; Paula Payapresident of Pharmaceutical College of Murcia; Adela Martinez-CachaDirector of BIA3 consultant; Yolanda Munozpresident of the Cartagena Port Authority; susana gomezinternational basketball referee and teacher; Angela Moyanoadministrator of The Dressed Chair; Laura Strongmanager profuseand Miriam Strongexecutive director of Profusa.
“Women bring creativity, innovation and closeness in dealings, among many other things, thanks to our vision, perspective, talent and leadership”, highlighted the territorial director of CaixaBank in the Region of Murcia. “They say that greater diversity in executive teams has a positive impact on the company’s profitability, but I go further, because it not only brings profitability, it also makes the company more innovative and competitive”, he added. Olga Garcia.
For its part, the CEO of the Vigilant Group He has recognized that he works “in a very masculine sector where reaching high percentages is difficult.” “For me, a great reference has been my mother, who has transmitted values and what I am”Encarna Ortiz has highlighted.
The Vice President of the Círculo de Economía and Professor of Accounting and Finance at the UMU has valued that “In the world of teaching, the rules are clear and the opportunities are equal for everyone”. “But it is true that there are women who do not want to take on new positions and that is why it is important to create models and give visibility to women,” Isabel Martínez has claimed.
Susana Gómez, international basketball referee and teacher, has made a presentation on self-improvement based on her own experiences. In it, she has expressed that for her it was “very important to have female references” and “live different cultural realities in different countries”.