Partner Information

Who are the Global Consortium to End Cervical Cancer Partners?


International Partners

Association of Mexican Women Entrepreneurs (AAMJE): AMMJE, a leading association for female entrepreneurs in Mexico, represents businesswomen from 20 Mexican states.

European Professional Women's Network (EPWN):EPWN is a pan-European federation of more than 18 women's networks with the objective to provide women with the tools, networks and support they need to assume leadership. EPWN links several thousand business women across through online and offline events.

European Women's Management Development Network (EWMD):EWMD has member in more than 25 countries, including Europe and the United States, South Africa and Asia. There are ten active national chapters, and a growing number of regional chapters.

International Federation of Business/Professional Women (BPW International): BPW International has become one of the most influential international networks of business and professional women affiliates in 80 countries on five continents. BPW has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and participatory status with the Council of Europe.

Inter-American Commission of Women (CIM),part of the Organization of American States (OAS):The Organization of American States represents of 35 member states: the independent nations of North, Central and South America and the Caribbean


Soroptimist International of the Americas:Part of Soroptimist International, an international organization for business and professional women who work to improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world. Almost 95,000 Soroptimists in about 120 countries and territories contribute time and financial support.

US Partners

American Association of University Women (AAUW):More than 100,000 members; 1300 branches and 500 college and university partners

Business and Professional Women USA (BPW USA): 20,000 members in 130 local organizations in 54 states and US territories

General Federation of Women's Clubs: More than 100,000 members is affiliated clubs and more than a dozen countries


From the 2011 Global Summit of Women

Presentations by:

Hon. Maki Esther Ortiz Dominguez, Deputy Minister of Health (Mexico) on Mexico’s experience in combating cervical cancer during Summit’s Closing Ceremony. Click here to see the Presentation

Elizabeth BenhamPresident of International Federation of Business and Professional Women, a partner of the Global Consortium of Women to End Cervical Cancer, on their efforts to inform their members on cervical cancer issue.

Peer Schatz, CEO, QIAGEN, during Plenary session on Corporate Social Responsibility. Click here to see the Presentation

Pledge from:

European Professional Women’s Network to join Global Consortium of Women to End Cervical Cancer, made by Ana Garcia Fau, CEO, Yell Publicidad and President, European Professional Women’s Network-Spain

From the 2010 Global Summit of Women

At the Closing Ceremonydedicated to topic “Leading Cervical Cancer Prevention”:

H.E. Selma Kikwete, First Lady of Tanzania on her country’s efforts.

Hon. Meng Xiaosi, Vice Chair, All China Women's Federation on China’s pilot
screening program.

Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, Deputy Speaker of Parliament of Uganda on her country’s initiatives.

Yang Lan, Co-Founder & CEO, Sun Media (China) on her media company’s
education initiative on cervical cancer prevention.

Sara Lyle, Board Member, Tamika and Friends (USA) and Cervical Cancer advocate on the need to engage everyone, click here to view presentation.

At the Ministerial Roundtable:

Speech given by Victor Chu, President, Qiagen Asia Pacific.



To learn about the Global Consortium of Women to End Cervical Cancer speeches and pledges made during the 2009 Global Summit of Women in Santiago, Chile, click here.