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Employers' association elects first female president in its history

Dolores Sammut Bonnici, managing director and co-proprietor of the Green Skip Services Ltd and G.S.Rec. Ltd, has been appointed as the new president for the Malta Employers’ Association

20 March 2017, 9:42am
Dolores Sammut Bonnici
Dolores Sammut Bonnici
The Malta Employers Association has elected its first female president, Dolores Sammut Bonnici.

Sammut Bonnici takes over the reins from Arthur Muscat.

Sammut Bonnici is an entrepreneur and managing director and co-proprietor of the Green Skip Services Ltd and G.S.Rec. Ltd, dealing in industrial waste management.

She has served on the MEA council for a number of years, and previous to being appointed President, was also Deputy President of the MEA during the past four years.

Sammut Bonnici is the outgoing President of Malta Association of Women in Business, which aims to promote of female entrepreneurship, enhancement of business education, mentoring and business networking. As President of MAWB she has actively participated in two European projects, namely AMIE and Breaking Gender Stereo Types, Give Talent A Chance. 

Additionally, Sammut Bonnici sits on the Enterprise Consultative Council, and is a member of the Malta Association of Family Enterprise and of the Foundation of Human Resources Development.

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