Thursday, March 17, 2011

Sonesta Hotels CEO addresses the Chamber

Yesterday, Stephanie Sonnabend, president & CEO of Sonesta International Hotels Corporation, was the featured speaker at a Chamber Women's Network Breakfast. As one of the two Women's Network speakers during the month of March -- Women's History Month -- Sonnabend focused her comments on an initiative she founded last year called "2020 Women on Boards." This initiative is aimed at having 20% of corporate boards filled by women by or before the year 2020.

View photos of yesterday's Women's Network forum.

A highlight of the program can be viewed in the Boston Business Journal.

Don't miss our next Women's Network Breakfast on Tuesday, March 29, with Carol Fulp, SVP of the Brand Development Group at John Hancock Financial and Presidential Appointee to the United Nations at the Ritz-Carlton Boston Common. Fulp's address will focus on "Women and the UN." For more information or to register, click here.

The Chamber would like to thank Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA for sponsoring yesterday's event.


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