REPRESENTATION


Soroptimist International Convention

Five members of Soroptimist International Esperance and one member from Soroptimist International Newtown travelled from Trinidad and Tobago to be a part of the 21st Soroptimist International Convention 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This video allows you to experience it through their eyes.


‘The Power of You.’

Soroptimist International Esperance was pleased to have been invited by the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists to ‘The Power of You.’ Members of their association had collaborated with Esperance Soroptimists as part of their  #SoroptimistsThinkOnIt project, ‘Dansé – A Fitness Event to Boost Your Mood’

The Power of You


 

Esperance Soroptimists (seated, L-R) Ursula de Castro, Sheila Hassanali, Marilyn Lalla, Cheryl Boodoosingh, (standing) Row Wattley & Tara Pollonais.

 


The Soroptimists also celebrated the 93rd birthday of Esperance member Ursula de Castro who has been a Soroptimist for 40 years.

 


International Women’s Day

Soroptimist International Esperance was one of 19 Women’s clubs to join the Interclub of T&T in the celebration of their 18th  Annual Afternoon Tea to commemorate International Women’s Day at  the Hyatt Regency on Sunday 10thMarch.

International Women’s Day Tea at the Hyatt Hotel

 

 The purpose of the InterClub has always been to assist Women’s Clubs and Organisations in networking to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment.  In 2001 it was felt that there should be a collaborative event in the celebration of women …thus the IWD Tea Party was born.

 

Thirteen members of Soroptimist International represented their club at the tea.


 

Soroptimist International Esperance President Cheryl Boodoosingh lit one of the candles which represented unity.

 


Courtesy Call

Some members of The Proposed Soroptimist Club Esperance paid a courtesy call on the Chairman of the Penal/Debe Regional Corporation, Dr Allen Sammy. They discussed the needs of the community.

 

The Proposed Soroptimist Club Esperance was a part of the Esperance Regional Complex Community Outreach. Members took the opportunity to inform visitors about who we are and what we do. Our survey helped to inform us of the needs of the community.


‘Women First’ Seminar

Some members represented the club at First Citizen’s Bank,’s ‘Women First’ Seminar.