Santo Domingo.- Within the framework of the XIV special edition of the Central America & Caribbean Quality Summit 2022, the leader in female economic empowerment, Judith Cury, and the Prosperanza Foundation were recognized with the highest awards for their impact in generating social development.
The social impact led by Cury, president of Prosperanza, was internationally recognized for its optimal development in the strategic management of knowledge, leadership and innovation.
“Our north has been from day one to direct women towards their development as professionals and business women, which allows them to insert themselves into society as productive entities, who break cycles of poverty in their families and become in virtuous circles of prosperity and well-being,” Cury said in a statement.
On its side, Prosperanza was recognized as an NGO, for demonstrating exceptional performance in all management areas, with approaches aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: total quality, sustainable development and compliance.
Latin American Quality Institute (LAQI) highlighted the dynamic, changing and responsible role that Prosperanza plays in the world of NGOs and recognized how it is constantly aligned with new global trends.