This group of local professionals, working in the private and public sector also includes many independent entrepreneurs, besides top industry executive.
The women enthusiastically strive to be of service to the Aruban community, concentrating their efforts on helping the hearing and visually impaired, as well as children and women in distress.
“While we all operate in different business sectors,” says Suzi Maduro, “we work together as a team, enjoying our fellowship while we raise funds to help the less fortunes in our community, especially deaf, vision and speech impaired individuals. Quota Club International just received a special recognition from FOCUS magazine for the service work it demonstrated in 2009,” she adds.
Our pictures depict Quota International of Aruba members, after having enjoyed their terrific El Gaucho cuisine, in the private meeting room:
[seated] Jeanette van Noordzij-Solognier (Treasurer), Juliska Harms (Director of D&G), Muzaninn Wever (Secretary), Suzy Maduro (President), Ursy Nassy (Director of Bylaws). [standing] Luz Marina (Rina) Gonzalez (President Elect), Ludmilla Arends, Mirjam Auwerda-Jansen, Mariela Nava-Figaroa – All seated are current Board members of Quota International of Aruba 2009-2010 who will be stepping down as of the 1st of May for the newly elected Board 2010 – 2011. Both Suzy and Muzaninn will continue on the Board.