Taking Care of Business CEO and Co-Founder recognized by The International Alliance for Women (TIAW)

November 2022: Tracey Chambers has received a prestigious 2022 World of Difference Award from The International Alliance for Women (TIAW) for her contribution to the economic empowerment of women.

The TIAW World of Difference Awards recognises extraordinary women and men from around the world who have contributed to women’s economic empowerment across a range of award categories.

“This award is a vote of confidence for our work at Taking Care of Business and gives us renewed energy to empower the people raising the next generation. We can not rest until we have eradicated poverty in South African families. We believe that small business and entrepreneurship is the road to social and financial independence for many families, and this award helps us know that a global network supports our vision.” says Tracey Chambers, CEO and Co-Founder of Taking Care of Business.

TIAW President Donna Meredith reflects on TIAW’s focus of women’s economic empowerment. “Following this year’s Awards event theme of ‘Restarting the World – Women Rising’ we know that once again women will be required to rise to the challenges (seen and unforeseen) that face them in this changed world; and that supporting their financial empowerment will assist them to rise.”

This year’s awards have come from across the globe, including some of the following countries: Australia, Cameroon, South Africa, Greece, Ukraine, Egypt, India, Israel, and the United States of America.

About TIAW

The International Alliance for Women (TIAW) is a global charitable foundation dedicated to the economic empowerment and advancement of women all over the globe. TIAW seeks to unite and support women and their associations around the world, leveraging their ideas and their strengths to develop and implement programs for the advancement and economic empowerment of women around the world. Our commitment is to the ‘inclusive economy’ – uniting, supporting, and promoting women and their chosen networks across all continents, which in turn supports and strengthens the global economic fabric.

Founded in 1980, TIAW is organized as a 501(c)3 foundation in the USA; however, TIAW is
international, representing women and networks from all continents.

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