Pardo de Vera highlights the significance of incorporating the gender perspective also in corporate strategy


The Secretary of State for Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Isabel Pardo de Vera, highlighted the importance of continuing to incorporate the gender perspective not only in public policies but also in companies' strategies.

During the closing ceremony of the presentation of Minerva, the network of Mujeres IN of the engineering and consulting firm of the Mitma Group, Ineco, which took place this afternoon, the Secretary of State, through a video, underlined the commitment that the Spanish Government is leading, since it is the only EU country that has incorporated equality between men and women as foundations on which the transformational processes linked to the Recovery, Transformation and Development Plan are based.

She also praised the women's networks that have been promoted by Mitma Group companies, such as Enaire en femenino, Red de mujeres de Renfe, SENtir de Senasa, which is now joined by mINerva.

Visibility of female talent

Minerva was created to being an open, collaborative and voluntary network that is a reference to support and give visibility to Ineco's female talent. To this end, activities and plans that contribute to the professional and personal growth of the women in the network and promote continuous learning in all areas will be developed.

The president of Ineco, Sergio Vázquez Torrón, has emphasised the value of women for the engineering and consultancy of the Mitma Group he presides, stating that "Ineco will succeed when INECO´s women succeed too. " He also pointed out that Ineco is going to give a new impetus to the company and that women are going to be the protagonists of this change.

Besides, the event included a round table with the participation of Gema Orduñez, head of Diversity at Renfe Operadora, promoter of Renfe's women's network; María López, head of the Corporate Social Responsibility and Agenda 2030 Department at ENAIRE, and promoter of the Enaire Network in women, in equality; Mª Ángeles Martí Martínez, president of the Airbus Women Network Spain and vice-president of Airbus; Isabel Maestre, vicepresident of Ellas Vuelan Alto (EVA).

Mujeres IN

In 2019, in its firm purpose of moving towards real gender equality, Ineco launched the Mujeres IN Program. A pioneering initiative for women in the company that offers valuable relationship spaces, training, tools, resources and methodologies that contribute to favoring their personal and professional development, as well as workshops in which key aspects for their development are worked on, all with the support and guidance of accredited internal mentors.

Currently in the process of launching the fourth edition, this initiative is part of the organization's commitment to the Agenda 2030 Plan and in particular to the Sustainable Development Goal "SDG 5 Gender Equality".

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