WAO thanks donors, volunteers, and partners

Posted on Oct 17 2019


The Women’s Affairs Office under the Office of the Governor extends its gratitude and appreciation to the numerous donors, volunteers, partners and exhibitors for taking part in the CNMI’s first Dress for Success event in early September.

Shirley Camacho-Ogumoro, the special adviser for women’s affairs, stated that over a hundred women attended the event and expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to connect with agencies to assist with their career advancement.

“The mini-workshops and activities really could not have been possible without the various agencies, organizations and donors in the CNMI. We hope to continue to empower women and provide opportunities for them to thrive and we certainly hope to strengthen this current network of support since we are just getting started,” Camacho-Ogumoro said.

Special thanks for the event’s professional attire, accessories, and career development tools go to: Athlete’s Foot, Blossom’s Floral, Brabu Pharmacy & Wellness Center, Coca Cola Beverages Co., Dial Rent-to-Own, Dolphin Wholesale, Fiesta Resort & Spa, Gold’s Gym, Hard Rock Café, Himawari, IT&E, Jet Holdings Company Inc., JG Sablan Ice & Water, Joeten Superstore, Kanoa Resort Saipan, Lolipops/Girl Talk, Makeover Beauty Salon, MARPAC, Marianas Variety, National Office Supply, Pena House Boutique & Salon, Pualani Crown, Rosal /Zest Enterprises, Saipan Ice & Water Company, Saipan Shipping Company, Salyn’s Beauty Shop, StaR Water, Triple J Wholesale, and Twins Supermarket.

Special thanks for coordination, exhibits, volunteerism, and continued partnership to Ayuda Network Inc., Bank of Guam, Be.You.Tiful Salon, Carolinian Affairs Office, CNMI Election Commission, CNMI Scholarship, CNMI Women’s Association, Department of Corrections, Department of Commerce, Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Department of Community & Cultural Affairs/CCAC/CCDF/CCLP, Department of Fire & Emergency Medical Services, Department of Labor, DFS Saipan Limited, Empty Vessel, Genoveva’s Hair Power Salon, Governor Ralph DLG. Torres, Lt. Governor Arnold I. Palacios & Special Assistant for Administration Offices, Homeland Security & Emergency Management, Joeten Kiyu Public Library, Karidat, Lady Diann Torres Foundation, Lady Wella Palacios, Micronesian Legal Services, Multi-Purpose Center, Northern Marianas Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, NMC-ABE Program, Northern Islands Mayor’s Office, Northern Marianas College, Northern Marianas Trades Institute, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Paradise Dental Center, Pena House Boutique & Salon, Saipan Chamber of Commerce/Saipan Young Professionals, Soroptimist International, Stellar Marianas, Trends Beauty Salon, the Youth Affairs Office and emcees Carol Hosono and Aggie Ketebengang.

For more information on future events or partnerships with Women’s Affairs Office, call (670) 488 – 2658 or email: wao.cnmi@gmail.com. (PR)

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