Jurga Zilinskiene, the CEO and Founder of Today Translations, has been featured in the landmark 100 Lithuanian Women project.
The project recognises 100 exceptional women leaders from the Baltic nation. The women are noted for their courage, innovation, and determination.
More than 1,000 women were shortlisted for the award, which includes scientists, entrepreneurs, government officials, leaders of global corporations and international organisations. Created to commemorate the centenary of Lithuania’s declaration of independence in 1918, the featured 100 reside and work across the world, revealing the country’s influence on the global stage.
Speaking in response to the accolade, Jurga Zilinskiene said, “100 Lithuanian Women is important not only in the context of Lithuania’s centenary but also because it inspires and motivates the younger generation.
“Being recognised alongside 99 great women such as Lithuania’s first female president, Dalia Grybauskaitė, is an incredible honour.
“It is also wonderful to see that Lithuania remembers people who have moved abroad to follow their dreams, and we always keep Lithuania in our hearts. I believe this project is a great example that will motivate people to achieve even more in all sectors.”
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