Nuria Vilanova participates in the II Masterclass of the STEM Talent Girl Cantabria program of the Women and Talent Foundation
Tirso Group is the founder of the Women and Talent Foundation, whose objective is the development of women´s talent in all areas. This year it develops two projects: C.D. Talent and STEM Talent Girl Cantabria.
"I think we have a moral debt, and even historical, much more than any other group, with all women who suffer poverty, violence and abuse," said Nuria Vilanova, founder and president of Atrevia, in the second Masteclass of the STEM Talent program Girl Cantabria, whose mission is to inspire and educate the next generation of women leaders in science and technology.
The president of Atrevia spoke to 30 high school students who have been selected for this program, thanks to this they can contact and share experiences with relevant women in the field of science, technology and mathematics, as well as with leading entrepreneurs.
The communication experience ensured that technology significantly changed our current concept of what a job is or what a company is. And, in addition, these changes are so rapid that it is necessary "a great entrepreneurial spirit to be able to assume them and incorporate them. That you do not have to start over, and not every day, but every minute.
The project, begun last year in Burgos, has been extended to Cantabria thanks to the collaboration of the Women and Talent Foundation, created by a group of family and executive companies of Cantabria (Grupo Tirso, Lascaredo, Tecnisa-Campos, SIEC and Cristina Marcén) in order to "stimulate, attract and develop, through programs of great impact, the talent of girls, young people and women for their empowerment, growth and future social transformation". The objective is to invest in projects consistent with family and business values that also serve to develop female talent in all its forms, mainly in those areas where there is an access gap and a difference in equality between women and men.