Hands across Americas

Beth Perro-Jarvis and Mary Van Note, owners of Minneapolis-based Ginger Consulting, have joined Fortune 500 companies in taking part in the first U.S. State Department program to mentor women business in Latin America, Canada and the United States.


Beth Perro-Jarvis and Mary Van Note, owners of Minneapolis-based Ginger Consulting, have joined Fortune 500 companies in taking part in the first U.S. State Department program to mentor women business in Latin America, Canada and the United States. 

The women will share expertise in branding as part of a group that includes representatives from Apple, Ernst & Young and the International Development Bank. It’s part of the Pathways to Prosperity program, promotes economic opportunity and social justice through trade and investment in the Americas.


Minneapolis StarTribune
10/11/08
by David Phelps, Neal ST. Anthony, Jackie Crosby

Hands across Americas
Beth Perro-Jarvis and Mary Van Note, owners of Minneapolis-based Ginger Consulting, have joined several Fortune 500 companies in taking part in the first

U.S. State Department program to mentor women business owners in Latin America, Canada and the United States. The women will share expertise in branding as part of a group that includes representatives from Apple, FedEx, Ernst & Young and the International Developmen Bank. It’s part of the Pathways to Prosperity program, which promotes economic opportunity and social justice through trade.