We connect successful women across a wide spectrum of businesses and professions, with women in resource poor environments around the world as they begin their careers and businesses or want to take them to the next level. These women can use the kind of moral and professional support that friends, colleagues, mentors and business groups can provide.
The support we offer is that of a powerful resource, helping women in developing countries overcome obstacles, look beyond their current state and remain on course for sustainable success. eWomen is really about giving the women of the world a unique opportunity to connect, share, and learn from one another.
Staff and Board Members
The heart and soul of eWomen are its volunteers, from its dedicated board and advisory board to the volunteer coaches, mentors and expert practitioners, eWomen wouldn’t work without our great volunteers.
Gina Stracuzzi, Global Development and Communications Coach and Mentor
Board of Directors
Col. Lorrie Breen, Chief of Staff, Ofc of Asst Sec of Def for Health Affairs, Nutrition & Heath
Julia Loughran, President, Thoughtlink, Inc.
Eileen McCaffrey, Executive Director, Foster Care to Success
Esther Pujol Rodríguez CPA, CIA, MSP, Finance and Accounting Professional
Teresa Ambrosius, Editorial Manager, Standards, American Petroleum Institute & Marketing Council Director, Society for Standards Professionals, Social Media Impact
Dr. Elvira Beracochea, President, MIDEGO, Inc. Public Health Expert & Distance Coach Leader
Dr. Ruth Hope, Director, Reproductive Health, HIV, AIDS and Gender Equality, MIDEGO, Inc. Maternal and child health; HIV and AIDS services; consulting
Eileen McCaffrey, Executive Director, Foster Care to Success. Non-profit growth & development
Cristina de Nicolas Izquierdo, Humanitarian and Development Consultant. Global Development
Photos courtesy of The Guardian, Global Development, International Woman’s Day, 2012.
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