Spotlight on leading women in the local business community

Alison Attard - Chairperson Audit Committee, Air Malta plc

Alison Attard is an accountant by profession, obtaining only recently in her career an international qualification through the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants. She holds a Certified Public Accountant warrant and also a Diploma in General Management from the Maastricht School of Management.
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Catherine Calleja - Director, Atlas Group

Catherine Calleja has been working in the insurance industry on a full time basis since 1988. She holds a first class honours degree in business, obtained her ACII in 1995 and is a chartered insurer.
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Cynthia Degiorgio – Curator St John's Co-Cathedral Foundation

I was employed by the Foundation of St John’s Co-Cathedral as Curator since 2005. St John’s is one of the most important historical monuments housing unique artefacts including the most important work by the renowned artist Caravaggio. It is the most visited site in Malta and hosts some of the most important Ecclesiastical and state events.
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Bernie Mizzi - Director, Chiswick House School

“ The great question that has never been answered and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is “what does a woman want?” Sigmund Freud, Ernest Jones’ Sigmund Freud : Life and Work.
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Lucienne Pace Ross - Partner PwC

I joined the firm in 1997 and was admitted to partnership in 2006. In 2011, I was appointed Quality and Risk Management Partner. The different roles and experiences at PwC have contributed significantly to my growth.
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Romina Soler - Partner PwC

It has been a while since my colleague suggested that I share my experience as an 'inspirational female in the business world'. That's a pretty tall order and I have been dragging my feet ever since. Being inspirational is not a position that you reach - rather it is a state of being that we should all strive for on a daily basis, sometimes unsuccessfully so depending on, for want of a better cliche, the side of bed we get out of in the morning.
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