November 4, 2016

One More Question with Carolina Trivelli

Carolina Trivelli, former Minister of Development and Social Inclusion of Peru, spent a week in Chicago as the Council’s 2016 Gus Hart Visiting Fellow. We sat down one-on-one with her to ask about her biggest takeaway from her time in Chicago. Watch what she said in both English and Spanish.

English:

 

"The most important takeaway is to have learned that the challenges around inclusion—the inclusion of minorities and women, in both the corporate and public sectors—is a shared concern for Chicago and Latin America.”

Español:

 

"Lo más importante que me llevo de esta visita es haber descubierto como las preocupaciones por la inclusión, la inclusión de las minorías, de las mujeres, en el mundo corporativo, en el mundo del sector público, en las políticas públicas, son una preocupación aquí tan importante como en América Latina."

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