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SOURCE Latin Trade
NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- This year, Latin Trade is welcoming seven women to the ranks of the Top 25 Businesswomen in Latin America.
They include María Fernanda Mejía, President of Kellogg's Latin America, one of the largest multinationals operating in the region. Mejía's experience includes several top posts at Colgate-Palmolive, and membership of the International Women's Forum, Venezuela American Chamber of Commerce, American Business Council and the Spain chapters of the American-Spanish Chamber of Commerce.
Joining María Fernanda for the first time in the ranking is Carla Grasso, Deputy Managing Director and Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) of the International Monetary Fund, a position she's had since February 2015. Before joining the Fund, Grasso worked at Brazilian mining giant Vale for 14 years. In the public sector, Grasso served as Secretary of the Brazilian Supplementary Social Security Office, among others.
Who are the women that run Latin America from the helm of some of the region's largest multinationals, as well as public offices and multilateral institutions?
To see the full list of the most powerful businesswomen, including information on background, studies and net worth where available, visit: Latin Trade. Link: http://latintrade.com/top-25-businesswomen-lucky-number-seven/
About Latin Trade
Latin Trade is a leading provider of information and business services to companies operating in Latin America. It publishes award-winning content in Spanish and English for distribution throughout Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States through print and online media. Latin Trade publishes Latin Trade magazine and Latintrade.com.
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