Thursday, January 22, 2015
Philanthropist Bisila Bokoko is Ladybrille Woman of the Month, January 2015
The Ladybrille ‘Woman of the Month’ is a monthly feature on the magazine’s podcast show ‘Ladybrille Woman Podcast Show and website, that celebrates outstanding women, locally and internationally, for their brilliant contributions to society.
Bisila Bokoko is the Founder and Chairperson of ‘’The Bisila Bokoko African Literacy Project’’ (www.bbalp.com), a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote literacy among the African people. She has been the Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce US-Spain in New York for almost seven-years, which is dedicated to fostering trade, investment and institutional relations between Spain and the United States. Prior to join this organization, she had six-years tenure with IVEX New York.
Nowadays, with expertise in business development; Bisila Bokoko helps companies to successfully enter international markets in Europe, U.S. and Africa. Considered one of the ten most influential Spanish women in the business world of America for its ability to develop and cultivate relationships with foreign Heads of State, Ministers of Commerce / Economics and International business leaders.
“It is a huge for me to be Ladybrille Woman of the Month,” said Bokoko on being named Ladybrile Woman of the Month for January 2015.
“Bisila is a serial entrepreneur and strong pillar in America, Spain and Africa’s business community who has supported hundreds of businesses, including Ladybrille,” said Uduak Oduok, Founder of Ladybrille. “It is an honor to celebrate her.”
Bisila interview is now available on the Ladybrille Woman Podcast show at www.ladybrillemag.com.
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