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You are all invited for a social breakfast event on Friday February 23rd at hotel Movenpick in...
We are pleased to announce our next Executive Dinner Event on March 7th, 2018 celebrating...
Our keynote speaker for our International Women's Day event on March 7th is Annemarie Jorritsma. Ms Jorritsma is a Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD).
What a fitting speaker for this year's theme, 'Diversity Matters'. Ms. Jorittsma was Mayor of Almere from 16 August 2003 till August 2015. Since 9 June 2015, she has been a member of the Senate. Next to her political functions, Ms. Jorritsma sits on numerous boards. Only 45 seats available for this event, so do register quickly! Men are also welcome to our events.
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“All of it is demeaning, all of it is minimizing, all of it is a way to shrink a woman into what is basically a child,” she told a packed audience at a women’s conference here on Wednesday. “Anytime a woman raises her voice and shows her power, they find a way to minimize it.” For her part, Clark said she walked out of that courtroom, devastated by the verdict, and never went back. She’s now in the middle of writing her eighth novel.
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