The businessman says he is grateful to all the women in Brazil: “They feel represented”
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Magazine LouisaLuiza Helena Trajano received the award on Monday (May 9, 2022) Best Person of the Year (Personality of the Year in Free Translation) Brazil-United States Chamber of Commerce, New York.
Trojano was nominated for the honor in May 2020, but the ceremony was postponed due to the Kovit-19 epidemic. According to the Brazil-United States Chamber of Commerce, The Best Person of the Year Its “Major event of the Brazilian-American community in the United States”.
Louisa Helena Trajano announced in her speech that she did not expect to receive the award one day. The businessman also thanked “All women” From Brazil. “You can not imagine how much they are represented in all the awards I receive, especially this award.”he said.
Louisa Helena Trajano, President Brazilian Women’s GroupThe only Brazilian on the magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world Team –She was also added to the group of 25 most influential women of 2021 Finance Teams.
She is the 3rd woman to receive this award. Carla Anderson Hills, former Secretary of the 1st U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1990. 2nd, Yolanda Kuiros (1928-2016), 2008, a Brazilian businessman and former chairman of the Edson Kuiros Group.
Personality of the Year
IBM CEO Virginia Rometti was also awarded the degree. The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce honors 2 outstanding leaders – a Brazilian and a North American – who are considered essential to strengthening relations between nations.
Recipients of the degree include former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, former US President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State. Henrik Mirels And former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
Appointments in NY
On Monday, the trading woman rang the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) trading session. He spoke at a summit in Brazil.
The event brought together government representatives, economists, financiers and business leaders to discuss the role of the private sector in Brazil’s economy and business environment and as a mechanism for post-epidemic growth. Guests include Gustavo Montesano, President of the BNDES, and Marina Croce, President of the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development.
Denial: Magalu’s CEO, Frederico Trajano, is a minority partner in the digital newspaper Power 360.
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