MET Community and IE Business School Present ForoMET-November 16
MET Community will host ForoMET DC on Wednesday, November 16th, in honor of International Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. The event will run from 5-8 p.m. at The Washington Center, located at 1333 16th St NW. Washington, D.C.
Hosted by MET Community and presenting sponsor IE Business School, the event will feature two dynamic panels with women leaders, entrepreneurs and experts. They include:
- Yanire Braña, CEO and Founder, MET Community
- Kim Janulewicz,Director International Business Development, IE Business School
- Pilar Mendiola-Fernández, Chief International Officer, The Washington Center
- Patricia Funegra, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, La Cocina VA
- Valle Guerrero, Business Manager, Ines Rosales USA
- Jeni Klugman, Research Professor and Fellow, Harvard University
- Katherine Lucey, Founder and CEO, Solar Sister
- Deise Leobet, Director International Business Development, IE Business School
- Lindsey Mask, Founder and CEO, Ladies America
- Jane Mosbacher Morris, Founder and CEO, TO THE MARKET
- Natalia Olson-Urtecho, SBA Regional Administrator, US Federal Government
- Margo Thomas, Chief of Secretariat, UN Women
- Sherrie Bakshi, MET Community
- Angelo Dell’Atti, Global Head, Corporate Finance, IFC – World Bank Group
- Stephen Halloway, Chairman, Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI)
- Jean Schlinder, MET Community
Sponsored by Ines Rosales USA, a Spanish company founded more than 100 years ago by a woman, employs women from the local village to create hand-shape tortas, all attendees will also have an opportunity to participate in a speed METworking activity. A cocktail reception will follow the panel presentations.
Attendance is free. Register at Foromet.eventbrite.com
ForoMET DC is made possible by the generous support of IE Business School.
For more information about MET Community and to learn how to get involved, visit METCommunity.org.