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Worldfund Raises more than $1.5 Million to fund Education Programs to Fight Poverty in Latin America

Author: Worldfund, Published on: 9 June 2010

The 2010 Education Leadership Award was bestowed on three business leaders whose organizations have demonstrated an outstanding and continuous commitment to education development in Latin America: Jim Skinner, Vice Chairman and CEO, McDonald's; Woods Staton, President and CEO, Arcos Dorados, and; Paolo Rocca, Chairman and CEO, Techint Organizaton. The purpose of the Education Leadership award is to highlight and applaud a corporation or individual that has demonstrated a strong commitment to education in Latin America. Worldfund typically bestows the Education Leadership Award on both a Latin American and U.S.-based corporation to drive home the point that individuals and corporations throughout the Americas have a common vested interest in improving education levels in Latin America. [refers to Telmex, Kimberly-Clark de México, GE, FEMSA, Petrobras, Coca-Cola, Vale, NII Holdings]

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Related companies: Coca-Cola FEMSA General Electric (GE) Kimberly-Clark McDonald's Petrobras Techint Telmex (Teléfonos de México) Vale