Brazil’s Environment Minister Izabella Teixeira will open the Second Edition of the Women’s Forum Brazil on June 17 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in São Paulo.
„The Women’s Forum Brazil 2013 will be rich and international,“ said Véronique Morali, President of the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society. „The Women’s Forum has developed a strong belief in Brazil’s impressive dynamic of change. We seek to be present at the heart of economic and social growth, wherever the active participation of women creates a movement of optimism and drive.“
For two days more than 40 men and women speakers — including PepsiCo Brazil General Manager, Salty Snacks Business Unit, Andrea Alvares, Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn, Ernst & Young Global Vice Chair Beth Brooke, and Anne Lauvergeon, President of France’s Innovation 2030 Commission and former CEO of French energy conglomerate Areva — will discuss the historic opportunity that Brazilian women now have to impact their country and “Make a Difference,” the theme of the conference.