Daughter of Cape Verdean parents, she was born and studied in the United States. Today she is vice president of one of the most popular baseball teams in the United States. In the Red Sox for over 20 years, she worked her way up - started as an administrative employee - and is adored by the players.
Raquel Ferreira, 48, an American of Portuguese descent (her parents were born in Cape Verde when the archipelago was still a Portuguese territory), recently became the most influential woman in Major League Baseball (MLB), the professional league in the United States, being promoted to vice president of the Boston Red Sox, with a place in the so-called "group of four" in the administration of one of the most important and popular teams in the United States, which in 2018 won the World Series for the ninth time.
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