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Title: PORTUGAL'S INFLUENTIAL WOMEN

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SUBJECT: PORTUGAL'S INFLUENTIAL WOMEN 
 
REF: 06 STATE 202341 
 
¶1. Per reftel request, the following list includes five women 
who affect politics, business, media, and civil society in 
Portugal: 
 
- (Maria) Leonor Beleza, President of the Champalimaud 
Foundation.  Prior to becoming Foundation president, Beleza 
was a former Health Minister and her interests include law, 
justice, domestic politics, and women's issues.  Contact: 
 351-21-356-8160 (office phone),  351-21-356-8169 (fax). 
 
- Judite de Sousa, TV Anchor for RTP network. Contact: 
 351-21-793-8839 (office phone),  351-21-797-9482 (fax). 
 
- Elza M. Deus Pais, Chair for Women's Equal Rights 
Committee.  Interests include women's issues, human rights. 
Contact:  351-21-789-3071 (office phone),  351-21-797-5999 
(fax) 
 
- Manuela Ferreira Leite, Consultant for the Bank of 
Portugal.  Ferreira Leite served as Finance Minister and 
Minister of Education prior to joining the Bank of Portugal. 
Her interests include economics and trade, finance, and 
education.  Contact:  351-21-313-0000 ext. 20273 (office 
phone),  351-21-314-4580 (fax). 
 
- Rosalina Machado, Chairman of Ogilvy and Mather, Portugal. 
Interests include advertising and private enterprise. 
Contact:  351-21-321-8074 (office phone),  351-21-321-8015/16 
(fax). 
 
¶2. Women's issues are covered by Dana Brown, 
browndml@state.gov (unclass),  351-21-770-2328. 
Hoffman