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Aracelly's mark

Nathali Zambrano / SENA Putumayo Communicator

A leading woman, empowered with immense joy as her Afro-Colombian essence, this is Aracelly Castillo, better known as ‘The Diva’ in her hometown of Puerto Asís, who has no limits to get ahead and who, takes advantage of opportunities to continue growing as a person and progress with her family.

“SENA has been my mentor and has encouraged me to start a business, that is why I invite you to take opportunities to study, to train and like me, to be able to start and succeed”, Aracelly shares with joy and example of life that characterize her.​​​​

More than 6 direct jobs generated by this company, are an example of improvement, which makes SENA proud for growing with opportunities

Today she is a great Putumayo businesswoman, who is generating employment in the region, thanks to the consolidation of more than 69 million pesos of starting capital that the Emprender Fund gave her for Aracelly Leather Goods company, which are reflected in machinery, implements and the provision payments for services.
Aracely is an example of resilience and strength, an Afro-descendant woman, conflict victim, disabled, social Leader and an entrepreneur. She is a Brand, Pride, Sena and Putumayo.
Our entrepreneur tells us how she managed to make her productive project come true.

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Carlos Mario Estrada Molina, Director General del SENA.
Pilar Navarrete Rivera, Jefe Oficina de Comunicaciones SENA.
Comité Editorial: Guillermo Martin, Karen Camacho y Fernando García.
Información General: Periodistas SENA de Dirección General y Regionales.
Diseño: República Audiovisual.