“Although sometimes they are not seen, there are women in all sectors of our economy.” This is how Marta Pérez Dorao, president of the Inspiring Girls Foundation – born with the aim of set women referents for the professional aspiration of girls– The third edition of the Inspiring Girls Awards ceremony, which took place this Tuesday at the Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid and was presented by María Eizaguirre, Director of Communication and Participation of RTVE. They were a total of 13 awards who gave themselves to personalities from various social fields, from the arts to research, through music and sports, but all of them with an inspiring story behind them.
The Educational Inspiration Award went to the CSIC biologist Isabel Solá. Later, the singer Alaska, the RTVE Pioneer Inspiration Award, went up to collect her award: “Every girl has in herself the germ so that, with whatever she does, can be inspiration for others“, said the famous artist. Meanwhile, the Solidarity Inspiration Award went to chef Cristina Oria and the Artistic Inspiration Award went to Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada. As for the Artistic Inspiration Award, it was won by the doctor in Artificial Intelligence Nerea Luis , and the Inspirational Entrepreneur Beatriz Magro, co-founder of the Konvida company.
The well-known humorist Carlos Latre He received the Inspiring Man Award and the pilot Sara García the Sports Inspiration Award. One of the most outstanding awards was that of the Inspirational Company, for the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. Handed it over the director of 20minutos Incarnate Samitier to the president of the company, Sergio Rodríguez. The last awards were for Bisila Bokoko (Inspirational Woman), Cristina Ramos (Musical Inspiration), the Military Emergency Unit (Inspiration for All) and for the little ones Pastora Torrero and Malena Schmidt, 2021 Inspirational Girls Award.