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Event Date Wed Dec 1 CST (5 days ago)
In your timezone (EST): Wed Dec 1 2:00pm - Wed Dec 1 6:00pm
Location Online
Region Americas

Join us and learn How to Do Business with Corporate Procurement at the World Bank Group, what we purchase, and what we are doing to increase participation of women-owned businesses in our procurement processes and across our supply chain.

The event will also highlight the role the World Bank Group plays as an agent of change towards gender equality and women’s economic empowerment, the work we do in the region, as well as what other partners and corporate buyers do to support women entrepreneurs and supplier diversity in Latin America and Caribbean.


2021 Speakers

Mr. Shaolin Yang
Managing Director and Chief Administrative Officer, World Bank Group

Ms. Hana Brixi
Global Director for Gender, World Bank Group

Mr. Martin Spicer
Director, Latin America and Caribbean, International Finance Corporation

Mr. Kenny Cheung
Chief of Corporate Procurement, World Bank Group

Mr. Adam Rubinfield
Sustainability Lead, Wbg Corporate Procurement

Ms. Catarina Thomaz
Procurement Specialist, Wbg Corporate Procurement

Ms. Jutta Kern
Operations Manager for Mexico & Colombia, World Bank Group

Ms. Maria Angelica Castro
Senior Resource Management Officer, LBRD Argentina

Ms. Maria Del Rosario Salazar
Procurement Officer, IFC Lac

Mr. Roberto Ferreira Lima Silva
Senior Administrative Officer, LBRD Brazil

Ms. Audrey Hinchcliffe
Founder, Chairman and Ceo, Manpower & Maintenance Services Limited (Jamaica)

Ms. Cecilia Maldonado
Director of Strategic Accounts, Latamways (Argentina)

Ms. Beatriz Marulanda
Senior Associate, Marulanda & Consultores (Colombia)

Ms. Anna Domingo Riu
Entrepreneurship Specialist, LFC Gender and Economic Inclusion Group

Ms. Elizabeth a. Vazquez
Ceo and Co-founder, Weconnect International

Mr. Mario Castilleja
Procurement Lead for Mexico and Costa Rica, Accenture