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Women´s Recognition Award

Through the Women's Recognition Awards, we strive to provide a platform for these phenomenal leaders to be acknowledged, celebrated, and revered for their unwavering commitment to excellence. Each honoree represents the epitome of resilience, breaking through barriers and shattering glass ceilings with their innovative ideas and fearless leadership.

From CEOs and entrepreneurs to activists and visionaries, our program recognizes the vast array of talents and skills that these outstanding women bring to the table. By showcasing their inspiring stories, we aim to inspire and empower the next generation of aspiring leaders to dream big, embrace their unique identities, and forge their own paths towards success.

The Women's Recognition Awards is more than just a ceremony; it is a transformative experience that fuels a movement of change. By shining a spotlight on these exceptional individuals, we challenge societal norms and redefine what it means to be a female leader in today's world. We invite you to join us in this incredible journey of recognition, inspiration, and empowerment as we come together to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of these trailblazing women. Together, we will shape a future where every woman's potential is nurtured, respected, and celebrated.

This unique opportunity will recognize women from all walks of life at the most important scenarios where politicians, media, CEOs, and Principals will recognize them. 

2024 Women´s Recognition Awards


Ana Lilia Rivera


Jenny Brand


Emilia Carranza


Greta Elizondo


Mónica Flores Barragán


Georgina González


Mapat López de Zatarain


Rosy Ocampo


Silvia Elia Lozano


Sandra Maldonado


Laura, Cecilia y Verónica Miranda

Carol Vivian Moncayo


Regina Orozco

2023 Women´s Recognition Awards

Tamara Konlagui

Amada Castañon

Vivian Bardavid

Laura Guadarrama

Liliana Abud

Karina Gidi

Ana Caty Hernández

Cynthia Murrieta Moreno

Paula Pastor

Nelly Simón

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Luz María Murguía

Rosy Ocampo

María Eugenia Llaguno

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Amalia Garcia. 

Maria Elena Orantes


4% of all communication content is dedicated to female sports


of all communication content is dedicated to female sports

22% of working female earn more than men


of working female earn more than men

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of female reporters have suffered some kind of abuse in their work

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of people who are likely to never go to primary school
are girls

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