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The Blueprint of How: Empowering women one city at a time

The Blueprint of How, an intensive training seminar which focuses on helping women from diverse backgrounds birth their ideas, took place on Saturday, 30 July, 2016. Organized by certified John-Maxwell Coach, Maritime lawyer and Founder of The Discovery Centre, Mfon Ekpo, The Blueprint of How caters to women concerned with enterprises, ideas and businesses that seek to impact […]

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Renowned actress, Regina Askia-Williams, launches a new brand image

Regina Askia-Williams, famous actress known for her leading roles in the 90s, has re-branded herself as she proves that the sky is just the limit for any woman who is determined. Diversifying from a successful acting and modeling career, Regina Askia-Williams is currently an American-based registered nurse, healthcare and educational activist, television producer, writer, and public […]

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“Innovation Fascinates me” LLA Interview with Damilola Teidi, CEO GoMyWay

With varied interests in business, technology and fashion, Damilola Teidi, CEO/Co-Founder, GoMyWay.com, believes that more women need to be encouraged to take up careers in science and technology. She speaks on her love for technology, her life as an entrepreneur and why she is constantly fascinated by the start-up space. Who is Damilola Teidi, and […]

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How This Female Chief Broke Up 850 Child Marriages In Malawi

One woman established a new law to prevent child marriage, and is enforcing it with serious gusto. Theresa Kachindamoto, senior chief in the Dedza District in Central Malawi, was tired of seeing 12-year-old girls walking around with babies on their hips, according to Al Jazeera. She decided to take a stand and made 50 of […]

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#LLA Interview: “I felt fear, but I did it anyway.” Nkem Onwudiwe, Founder Her.Network

Bold, ambitious and vivacious; Nkem Onwudiwe is one woman who leaves a lasting impression on everyone she meets. Motivated by the desire to do something more than her usual 9-5 job; Nkem launched out into being a PR & Communications Entrepreneur. Years later, after that leap of faith paid off, Nkem started Her.Network – a […]

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#LLA Interview: “The Greatest Gift You Can Give Yourself and Others, is Sharing Your Talent” Anie Akpe, Founder IBOM LLC

On her Twitter cover photo is an image that says “Be Your Own Hero,” a quote that gives remarkable insight to the sort of woman Anie Akpe is. Serial Entrepreneur, and Founder of Tech Enterprises; IBOM LLC, Innov8tiv, and Networq App, Nigerian-born Anie is not letting the presence of challenges keep her from achieving her […]

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#LLA Interview: “Work hard, pray, persevere, and don’t give up!” Michelle Dede

Everyone knows her. With a name that is synonymous with Television, Entertainment and Fashion, Michelle Dede is a Multilingual Host, Actor, Event MC, Brand Ambassador and Producer. With a career spanning a decade, and a repertoire of massive projects like Big Brother Nigeria, Desperate Housewives Africa, and Flower Girl to her credit, she’s become one […]

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#Women In Tech: Meet the Nigerian Women Running The Online Business World

The internet has completely changed the way business is being done and more women are leveraging on this tool to start their businesses and pursue their passion. According to a report by the Center for Women’s Business Research in America, black women are part of the fastest growing entrepreneurial segment in the country, growing at […]

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