Dr. Mercè Boada, neurologist and medical director; and Miren Jone Gurrutxaga, general director, have been named candidates for the ranking “Top 100 Women Leaders” organized by El Español.
The selection of the final ranking is carried out in two stages. First, by popular vote and the deadline is now open until December 14:
Dr. Mercè Boada has been chosen for the third year as a candidate to be among the most influential academics and researchers.
Among the reasons for being Top 100, El Español highlights her professional career in dementia research. Under his medical direction, more than 30,000 people have been rigorously diagnosed thanks to a pioneering care model in Spain.
For her part, the general director of Ace is the first time that she appears as a candidate among the most influential senior executives and CEOs in Spain.
Among the reasons for being Top 100, her leadership at the most delicate moment of the pandemic stands out, since Ace Alzheimer Center Barcelona was able to restore its normal activity in record time, and increase it.
This is a ranking that aims to promote gender equality in the labour market, generate the cultural change necessary to achieve more inclusive work environments, recognize the talent, skills and achievements of the candidates in addition to serving as a reference and inspiration for the new generations of women in the world of work.