On November 29, AMMEYUC will recognize nine businesswomen with the 2023 Women’s Business Development Merit for their humanitarian work at La Casa de la Alegría and will present the TzolKin award, in its 10th edition, to the organization Save The Children, on a gala night.
In a press conference, the president of the Mexican Association of Business Women of Yucatán, AC (AMMEYUC), María Elena Barquín Aguilar highlighted that the awards, in their 24th edition, will be delivered at a gala night that will take place on November 29 at the Yucatán Siglo XXI Convention Center at 8:00 p.m., within the framework of the 25 years of the creation of the first women’s organization in the business sector in the state.
The award-winning businesswomen were selected by a jury made up of recognized personalities from the business sector based on the proposals presented by these women who have successfully promoted and expanded their businesses.
Alejandra Cárdenas Galán, Areli Castro Castro, Lourdes Arisve Herrera Villanueva, Ana Lilia Magaña Ponce, Rebeca Medina Esquivel, Martha Rodríguez Sanguino, Sandra Simón López, Viridiana Tadeo Álvarez, María del Carmen Vidal Castro, will be the winners.
In the humanitarian field, the president of the Board of Trustees of the Casa Infantil el Roble, known as the House of Joy, Elda María Gasque Casares will receive recognition for her 30 years of work in favor of comprehensive education to train girls and boys. happy, with values, principles and close to God.
“The Tzolkin award will also be given to the “Save The Children” association that Margarita Molina Saldívar de Patrón represents in Yucatán, for its work to address the education, health and nutrition of girls, boys and adolescents,” she said.
Barquín Aguilar highlighted that La Casa de la Alegría and Save The Children stand out for their quality and excellence in humanitarian service, which places them as references of altruistic organizations in society.
She stressed that this 24th edition of the recognition of Women’s Business Development has a special meaning, because this year AMMEYUC celebrates 25 years of opening the way for women who, with effort, dedication and responsibility, run their businesses successfully.
She said that this recognition is an encouragement for those businesswomen who have managed to get ahead in a sector where there are still challenges to overcome for the optimal development of women.
In that sense, she recalled the work carried out by the founders of AMMEYUC to bring together the first micro and medium-sized entrepreneurs in an association that has remained active for 25 years, opening opportunities for the development of business women.