Twenty-nineteen is here. The economic and political scene seems in almost constant turmoil. Keeping up with the news, both local and international, can feel exhausting if not completely overwhelming. So it’s even more important to have a space in which you can connect with women who have been or are going through some of the same difficulties as yourself. A place where you can meet new faces, make new connections, and find new inspiration on a regular basis.
At our WomenWork events, a guest speaker (Woman of Merit) joins us to discuss her particular journey. For 2019, the WomenWork committee is gathering a more diverse range of women to come share their story with us. We’ll have athletes, business-starters, artists, and more.
Don’t miss an event! Save these future dates on your calendar: April 9th, May 14th, July 16th, August 13th, September 10th, October 8th, and November 12th. You can save your spot at the next event any time by visiting amsocwomenwork.eventbrite.com.
The Women of Merit speaker for March is Claudia Kiatake, co-founder of InTheKnow (intheknow.com.br). A Brazilian, an art lover, married, the mother of two children and an entrepreneur since a very young age, Claudia Kiatake loves exploring hidden corners of the city and sharing tips and curiosities about this interesting country. She is the “insider!”. As a partner-director of an event agency, she brought major international events to Brazil and adapted them for the Brazilian public, which exposed her to different cultures. As a co-founder of IntheKnow, Claudia is involved in the design and development of the activities, as well as the relationship with local and international sponsors, always thinking about new ways of looking at Brazil. She studied Marketing at ESPM and Panamericana Escola de Arte e Design and Visual Arts at FAAP.
At WomenWork, we encourage social responsibility, sharing knowledge & experience for a better future, and the importance of any employment, whether paid or volunteer. Since the launch of our event in May 2018, we have raised over R$1.260 to sponsor girls at the American Society of São Paulo (AmSoc) Angel Party. If you’d like to find out more about this charitable event or any of the other charitable organizations the AmSoc supports, visit amsoc.com.br/how-to-help.
Want to make a difference? Share your journey with us. See you at the next WomenWork!