25 years of service of the PRCC Network of Businesswomen and Professional Women Recognized by Puerto Rico Senate
April 13, San Juan, PR – On the occasion of the commemoration of the 25th anniversary of its creation and in recognition of such an outstanding career, the Network of Businesswomen and Professional Women of the Chamber of Commerce of Puerto Rico (CCPR), was honored by the Senate of Puerto Rico, which recognized with a personalized motion the work of each past president of this business organization.
“At the CCPR, we are pleased to have for a quarter of a century, an organization, led and composed of visionary women entrepreneurs, which has served as support, example and impulse to other entrepreneurs, thus promoting the inclusion and participation of women in various professional spaces. Contributing to economic development, through an active and consistent participation proven through all these years. To them my applause, thanks and exhortation to continue their mission, contributing in sisterhood to the progress of the country. I extend my gratitude to the Senate of Puerto Rico for this meritorious recognition,” said Cameron McKenzie, president of the PRCC.
The Network of Businesswomen and Professional Women of the Chamber of Commerce was created in 1998 with the mission that its members collaborate and provide advice on the strategies necessary to stimulate the incursion of women into the business world, and coordinate the efforts of the CCPR as a center of support, information and channeling of services for businesswomen and professional women. As well as to promote and strengthen communication networks between businesswomen, the multisectoral work committees of the CCPR, affiliated associations and educational and governmental organizations of Puerto Rico.