Venezuelan Milka Duno, a renowned sports car driver, has been selected by the Office for Support to Institutions Representatives of the Organization of American States (OAS), and the Documentation Sciences Foundation (FCD) of Spain to be part of the Women Leaders of The Americas Committee.
Naval engineer of academic formation, Milka Duno has developed an outstanding career in the international tracks, becoming a reference for Latin American women, having been the first in participate and classify in three consecutive editions in the 500 Miles of Indianapolis, to be the woman with the best absolute figuration in the history of The 24 Hours of Daytona, in addition to adding numerous achievements in long duration in North American traces.
"I am very honored to have been selected to be part of the Women Leaders of The Americas Committee. I have always been very committed to social work. Joining forces with great women from different professional areas in 35 countries will be a pleasant responsibility to work together and encourage the empowerment of women in our region. "
Together with Duno from Caracas also participate in this project near a hundred Hispanic-American women working in different fields of our society, as legislators, parliamentarians, journalists, political, executive, research, diplomatic, social activists, teachers, jurists, historians, scientists, athletes and entrepreneurs, among other fields.
" Women Leaders of The Americas is an international project launched by The Support Section for Representative Institutions of the Organization Of the American States (OAS), and the Documentation Sciences Foundation (CDF) of Spain in order to document, train and promote the Empowerment of women in the 35 member countries of the Organization, in the political, business and social areas, with technologies being the most important axis to achieve it "
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