Irma Sanchez is a Latino woman, mother, and entrepreneur living in California. Proudly providing leadership in women’s empowerment, she’s creating an impact through the Women’s Economic Forum as their representative in the Silicon Valley area. But, that’s only one of the many roles she fills in helping women to find their true selves and progress toward their own impact. Irma’s story has roots in developing opportunities for Latino Women. She eventually found a home base in an area Chamber of Commerce. One foreign business trip with the Chamber started her on the path to expanding her passion to help women around the world. And, because of the network and leadership abilities she’s developed, this lady has now become a sought-after business and trade consultant.
Irma shares her remarkable story and the work she’s doing with Frontrunners Innovate Producer and Host, Mary Kurek. Federation of International Gender and Human Rights Ambassador, Ghazala Khan, joins the conversation as Co-Host.
Meet Irma Sanchez (This interview contains opportunities for women entrepreneurs)
Irma Sanchez’s Short Bio:
Executive Director, Women Economic Forum Silicon Valley
President of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India Western USA Chapter.
Women Economic Forum Empowering Women Worldwide in 150 countries has established itself as one of the largest women’s networks in the world.
Irma is a social communicator, a Strategy and Corporations Advisor, Women Rights Advocate, Brand Ambassador, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist. She also stands out as a developer of American and Latin American corporations for national and international markets; working in conjunction with embassies and Chambers of Commerce.
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Special Thanks to Ambassador Ghazala Khan as co-host and Frontrunners Development partner in diplomatic consulting, policy, and business development
President, Frontrunners Development, Inc.
Global Business Developer for Frontrunner Partnerships (UN SDG #17)