(New York, NY, March 15, 2017) Today, at the Global Women Principles’ Summit at the United Nations Headquarters, a reknown Internet entrepreneur Silvina Moschini unveiled SheWorks! – the first and the only online platform that leverages TransparentBusiness Cloud technology, matching algorithms and remote workforce management tools to connect professional women with flexible remote job opportunities.
Due to the inflexibility of the traditional commute-to-office work model, 43% of American women leave their jobs after childbirth. SheWorks! is created to help them find a flexible work-from-home opportunities. SheWorks! also enables companies to easily hire vetted professional women from anywhere in the world and reduces gender inequality in earning power. SheWorks! will reduce unemployment and empower women to grow professionally.
“Today $17 Trillion dollars worldwide is lost as a result of women leaving their jobs for lack of flexible, transparent and viable options. The market needs innovative solutions to transform the world of work, and that’s exactly what we’ve created ” said Silvina Moschini, the founder and CEO of SheWorks!. “Our platform connects talented professional women with flexible jobs that fit their lives while helping companies expand their diversity pipeline and manage remote teams efficiently. By 2020, 50% of the workforce will be contingent. By bringing stay-at-home women into the national workforce, SheWorks! not only help to solve a business challenge but a major socio-economic issue as well. There is an undeniable butterfly effect that is born when women work: children and families are directly benefited, economies grow faster and countries prosper”.
The objective of SheWorks! are fully aligned with the the focus of the 2017 Women’s Empowerment Principles Forum, which is “Measuring Success, Making It Count: Business Empowering Women and Girls.” This high-level event is a joint convening of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, United Nations Office for Partnerships, UN Women, and the UN Global Compact (UNGC) and is the 7th forum in the series. The Forum will address ways in which the business community can play a pivotal role as champions of women’s and girls’ empowerment. It will also explore how to measure outcomes of initiatives to support women and girls and how to use data to drive discourse and action.
This Forum is taking place during the Commission on the Status of Women, which is the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women at the UN. The theme for the sixty-first session of CSW is women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work, which coincides with the objective of SheWorks.
During pre-launch stage, SheWorks! has secured a number of high-profile clients, including Univision, Criteo, MasterCard and forged partnerships with multilateral organizations such as the InterAmerican Development Bank and MIF (Multilateral Investment Fund), NGOs including Vital Voices Argentina and Miami, Fortune 500 companies including Cisco Systems and Microsoft, online education startups including Crehana and Platzi as well as alliances with the Governments of Mexico, Argentina, Dominican Republic and Colombia where the program will be deployed during 2017. Leading advertising and communications companies such as DDB Latina and Alma and Llorente & Cuenca also joined as partners to spearhead the communications campaign to empower women economically at global scale.
SheWorks! is a social impact corporation that facilitates efficient and immediate access to diverse and talented professionals enabling companies to scale effectively and exponentially.
We leverage on-demand, cloud technology, computer learning and data analytics to create a new paradigm which will offer companies efficient access to highly talented women in a platform to hire, monitor, manage, collaborate, rate and pay their remote contractors transparently.
SheWorks! combines a Contingent Workforce Management System with an all-in-one Workforce Monitoring, Management and Collaboration tool to help companies to efficiently manage remote workers.
SheWorks!’ network includes professional women in Creative and STEM industries such as UX|UI, graphic and multimedia designers, digital marketing specialists, web and mobile developers, software engineers, machine learning and data science experts.
SheWorks! Advisory Board includes Laura Chinchilla, (President Costa Rica 2010-2014), Monique Morrow, former Cisco Systems CTO, Monica Talan former EVP of Communications Univision and Jorge Titinger, former CEO of Silicon Graphics.
Advisory Council includes: Nuria Simo, Chief Information Officer at the Inter-American Development Bank, Juan Iramain, Managing Director, Head of Public and Government Affairs – Latin America at Citi, Melissa Medina, Executive Vice President at eMerge Americas, Elizabeth Nieto, Global Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at MetLife, Juan Carlos Ortiz, Creative Chairman DDB Americas, President & CEO of DDB Latina, Luis Miguel Messianu, Creative Chairman and CEO at Alma, Laura González-Estéfani, Director International Business Development & Mobile Partnerships LATAM at Facebook, Laura Gaviria Halaby, Head of Open Innovation at Citi FinTech, Susana Garcia-Robles, Advisor to the Monetary International Fund and Manager & VC Team Leader at the Inter-American Development Bank, Leonardo Ortiz Villacorta Ramirez, Director of Public Affairs & Communications at Microsoft & Maria Gabriela Hoch, Founder of Vital Voices Argentina.
About Silvina Moschini
Twitter : @Miss_Internet
Silvina Moschini is a former senior corporate executive with significant experience in some of the largest and most successful companies in the world. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Silvina was vice president of corporate communications at Visa International, where she was in charge of developing the public relations strategy aimed at further positioning Visa as one of the most globally valued brands.
Silvina joined Visa from Patagon.com, the Internet branch of the Santander Central Hispano Group, one of the world’s largest banks. As vice president of corporate communications, she was accountable for the communications and visibility strategy that positioned Patagon as the major Internet company in Latin America, sold for 785 million U.S. dollars a few months after being incorporated.
Before working for Patagon, Silvina was the public relations manager for Compaq Computer Corporation Latin America, where she created the Public Relations Department and supervised the implementation of the communications strategy in the region. After a year, she was promoted to international public relations manager to lead Compaq’s PR efforts in international markets, including Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Japan and Latin America.