Home Topics Business and Professional Women’s Club
Topic: Business and Professional Women’s Club
A group of unemployed women is taking part in a pilot mentorship programme to prepare them for success in the workplace.
Cayman's Business and Professional Women's Club is hosting its 20th-annual Silent Witness March on 24 Nov. to honour those who have lost their lives due to or have been impacted by domestic violence.
More than 100 people took to the streets of George Town, carrying silhouettes of victims for domestic violence in their hands and a message of justice as they participated in the annual Silent Witness March.
As the Business and Professional Women’s Club of Grand Cayman gets set to mark its 19th Silent Witness March, it is urging everyone to...
The story of Beverly Adma Banks’s life was one of love – love for her community and her fellow man. An advocate for women, the disadvantaged and the sick, Banks touched and changed many lives in Cayman and across the Caribbean.
Family Resource Centre staff, civil servants and members of the Business and Professional Women’s Club spelled out their opposition to gender violence on Friday as they gathered for a photo on the steps of the Government Administration Building.
A group of about 50 people walked along Elgin Avenue, from the old government building to the center of George Town, Thursday night in support of victims of domestic abuse.
The month of March is regarded worldwide as International Women’s Month. It is a month of motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and communities to think, act and be gender inclusive.
Paola Juarez-Robinson has been elected as the new president of the Business and Professional Women’s Club.