Women in Maritime Association Caribbean (WiMAC) Ms. Shenica Sebastian, National Liaison Officer (NLO,center), (immediate right of NLO), Mrs. Katarina McGhie Thompson, Ms. Maxime James, Ms. Lanise George and Ms. Francoise Bowen, (immediate left of NLO), Ms. Euletta Thomas, Ms. Brenda Albert, Mrs. Mikyla Frederick Winter and Mrs. Jemella Bascus-Sharpe.
“DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality,” is the theme chosen by the United Nations for this year’s International Women’s Day, 8th March, 2023.
The Antigua and Barbuda’s National Liaison Officer for the Women in Maritime Association Caribbean (WiMAC), Ms. Shenica Sebastian and the members of the soon to be established local chapter, join all women worldwide on this momentous day to celebrate women in leadership as they champion the advancement of transformative technology for gender equality.
WiMAC is a regional group of female maritime professionals committed to increasing the performance, participation and contribution of women by creating lifelong networks to engage, educate and empower women in the maritime industry. This group of passionate women supports the advancement of women at work, school, community, at sea, in government, business, security, logistics and in research and will continue to inspire changes geared towards the sustainable professional development of women across the Caribbean Region.
WiMAC embraces equity, we embrace diversity, and we embrace inclusion unconditionally.
Collectively we can all #EmbraceEquity to impact positive change.