Monday, March 19 2012CBN News featured a story that was inspired by Womenetics' recent 2011 Global Women’s Initiative. The story explores what is being done in Atlanta to combat the problem of sex trafficking, reduce demand for commercial sex and rescue young women from this industry. Womenetics' CEO Elisabeth Marchant speaks about the impact of this problem on business’ bottom line.
In everything we do, Womenetics strives to generate a “ripple effect” – to inspire women to create an impact larger than individual efforts - as effective business leaders, as successful business owners and as change agents around global issues. News pieces like this are a vital way those ripples go well beyond our programs. We are pleased that media like CBN News look to Womenetics for information about issues that impact women. Driven by the belief that women’s full engagement is an imperative for economic prosperity and positive change, Womenetics will continue to bring top notch experts and stakeholders from multiple viewpoints together in our programs and through our content, around issues that matter to business and to you.
We will further examine the problem of sex trafficking and its impact on business and the community in a half day program to be held in Chicago on May 9. For more information on the program, click here.