Celebrating Lisa Borders!

For a 60 year old, you have to agree that Lisa Borders is goals. Lisa was formerly the President of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) and the former Vice President of Global Community Affairs at The Coca-Cola Company. She became the Fourth President of WNBA’s two decades making history in 2016 having previously served […]

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“Don’t dim your light. Don’t be afraid of the light that you see in yourself” Leading Ladies Africa Meets Lisa Nichols

All over the world Lisa Nichols is regarded as a Motivational Speaker, Writer, Author, Mom and a woman whose life is dedicated to the service of people. Lisa runs- Motivating the Masses, a digital platform aimed at inspiring and motivating people to become better versions of themselves through carefully curated content. She has also authored […]

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Keolebogile Mokolopo Is Making Africa Proud Through Sports

Who ever thought jumping rope could bring  you so much fame and prestige? Only a talented and super gifted Keolebogile Mokolopo could think so! Many associate jumping rope with children’s game or a great source of cardio. Very few relate it to a competitive sport. For Keolebogile Mokolopo, it is her gift. And her gift […]

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“How your life unfolds is determined by the choices you make.” Iyanla Vanzant is the Definition of REAL!

Rhonda Eva Harris popularly known as Iyanla Vanzant is an American inspirational speaker, lawyer, author, life coach and television personality. She is known primarily for her books, her eponymous talk show, and her appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She currently hosts Iyanla: Fix My Life, on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. Having had 3 kids before the age of 21, survived an […]

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#ThrowbackThursday- “Find out who you are and love yourself…” Leading Ladies Africa speaks to Glory Edozien.

Telling women’s stories is one thing; sharing experiences of women that inspire, empower and motivate is another. Writer, Environmentalist and Founder of the Inspire Series, Glory Edozien shares her thoughts on why it’s important for women to inspire one another with their life experiences, and why we should all be involved in creating stronger, more confident […]

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#HowWellDoYouKnow- Meagan Good.

American actress Meagan Monique Good has been in our faces since childhood but as her name implies we are pinpointing what makes Good distinct from other Hollywood personalities. Not only is she one of those rare Hollywood actors whose morals will not be undermined inspite of Fame and Glamour, her career story is also inspiring. […]

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“I want the Whole Dimension of The Human Spirit to be reflected in my work” – Kenyan Filmmaker, Wanuri Kahiu

Born in Nairobi, Wanuri Kahiu is part of the new generation of African storytellers. Her stories and films have received international acclaim. Her films screened in numerous film festivals around the world. To date, Wanuri has written and directed six films and is working on her second feature length film. She is the co-founder of […]

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Sanaa Lathan’s “Nappily Ever After” Taught Us Self-Love!

Anyone seen Nappily Ever After? Yes? No? Never heard of it? You should see it. The movie centers on hair highlighting several themes such as self-love, doing life on your own terms and more. Lead actor, Sanaa Lathan says Nappily ever after represents “new beginnings for inclusivity” and encourages women to fall in love with […]

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#LLAInterview- Meet Senegalese Co-Founders of “Miss Shabazz”, an Afro-Doll Company Making a Case for Diversity in the Beauty Industry.

The continent of Africa has in the past decade seen a new crop of Millennial entrepreneurs leveraging different creative means in pushing the greatness in Africa. Today, we put the spotlight on Maty Ndongo and Bruno Kimsey Ouédraogo. These two Senegalese Millennials Co-Founded the brand Miss Shabazz– a company that specialises in the production of beautiful Afro dolls clothed in […]

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