Junior Achievement Dominicana recently swore in its new Board of Directors for the 2022-2024 period, which will be chaired by Alina Matos, former CELP director and founding member of the Association of Private Educational Institutions (AINEP).
In addition, Consuelo Linares, an expert consultant in the development of CSR programs, will serve as vice president; Flavia Infante, from the Ademi Foundation, as treasurer; Laura Rojas, from Nature Power Foundation, as secretary, and as members: José Mármol, Grupo Popular; Juan Amell, Bepensa-Coca-Cola; Danilda Almánzar, Transunion; Gabriela Haché, Citi and Citi Foundation; In addition, Salvador Demallistre, C-Líder Foundation, as Member of the past president.
César Asian, executive director of the organization, expressed his joy and satisfaction with these leading professionals in their respective areas, who will add their experience and professional profiles so that the organization in entrepreneurial education continues to contribute to the training of thousands of young people and women in the country. .
Asian also highlighted that the organization has just modernized its logo and corporate colors within the framework of a worldwide relaunch that implies an approach to promote the economic development of people in vulnerable conditions.
Alina Matos, new president of the Council, mentioned the great work in favor of the entrepreneurial development of youth that JADOM has been carrying out since 1995 and commented on the strategic vision of the organization that aspires to include financial education, entrepreneurship and preparation programs for I work during the hours of the extended period of public education in the country.
JADOM is the Dominican chapter of Junior Achievement Worldwide (6th NGO worldwide and nominated for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize) and has more than 26 years of work in the country implementing important educational and business sustainability programs that promote development of thousands of young people hand in hand with the private and public sectors.