Fran Moisa, Vice President of Partnerships and Trainings at JCI Malta, took to social media announce that she will be stepping down from said position.

“A wonderful year, where I have learnt so much and had the honour of organising, together with the team, some wonderful training programs related to leadership, women in business, emotional intelligence, and bringing on board supportive Partners that helped JCI develop locally,” Ms Moisa wrote.

All these achievements, Ms Moisa said, “culminat[ed] with winning the Best Personal Skills Development program at JCI Malta Awards and securing funding for international training.”

Ms Moisa joined the organisation back in April 2020 as Deputy President for JCI La Vallette Business.

“I had one of the hardest years of my life, personally, and I could not have found a more supportive and helpful team,” the outgoing VP wrote.

“Thank you to all the JCI Malta team, Members, and Partners for all your support, and I wish the incoming board of 2022 success,” she concluded. Prior to joining JCI Malta, Ms Moisa served as a Director at Nicholls Moisa for around four years. She currently also works as a self-employed Headhunter, Talent Advisor, and Panellist.

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