Celebrating International Women’s Day

McDonald Carano honored International Women’s Day by supporting women-owned businesses in Reno and Las Vegas. Organized by our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee, we enjoyed celebratory lunches from the Cheese Board in Reno and Letty’s De Leticia’s Cocina in Las Vegas. The Cheese Board opened in 1981 as Reno’s first specialty cheese and wine boutique. In 2017 Krista Phillips and her sister Caitlin Fletcher purchased the Cheese Board after working there for a decade. The Cheese Board is a popular restaurant and catering company. In 1964 Leticia Mitchell’s father brought her family from Mexico City to Las Vegas. Chef and owner Leticia opened her first Letty’s De Leticia’s Cocina in 2009 and after opening several more in the Las Vegas Valley she is a household name in the Mexican food scene. 

International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day recognizing the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.

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