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#LadyBoss- “I believe that doing business is a game, the greatest game in the world if you know how to play it’’ – Oluwaseun ikusika, Founder & Creative director, S.K.I.

Oluwaseun ikusika is a Nigerian serial entrepreneur, speaker, business administrator, an aspiring lawyer and a fashion stylist with over 3 years’ experience in business. She is the founder and

#ImpactandCommunitySeries: “I am passionately driven and committed to the vision of ending preventable newborn deaths, newborns deserve to survive and thrive” – Amarachi Igwe Kalu, Founder & CEO, Thriving Up Initiative.

Amarachi Igwe Kalu is a Development Expert and Award Winning Infant Health and Wellbeing Advocate with over 5 years experience in the community development sector focusing on community healthcare

#LadyBoss- “It’s time to take control of our beauty secrets, share it with the world and use it in the process to provide financial stability for ourselves. – Carine Moko, Founder, Eléngé

Eléngé  Eléngé means Youthful in the language Lingala, from DRC Congo. Not the physical look, but internal youth that reflects externally. Eléngé is a London-based Skin Care company with

#LLABlog – 10 African women championing gender equality and women’s rights

  In the fight for equality and justice for women, several women have stood strong and championed this cause. We have put together a list of women that have

#LadyCreative – “I am hungry for a love my country cannot afford”, by Poetra Ama Asantewa Diaka, a young and combative Ghanaian

  Poetra Ama Asantewa Diaka is a young and combative Ghanaian artist, living between the African country and the U.S. She doesn’t want to be boxed into the definition

#LLACareerToolkit – 5 Black female career coaches you should follow and engage with online

  Francine Parham Francine Parham is the founder and CEO of FrancineParham & Co. As a career expert, she is focused on advancing professional women in the workplace, specifically into positions

It’s a crucial and urgent imperative to have more women take on leadership roles in business and across the corporate sphere. It’s the only way real change can occur in the world.

The needs of organizations and society are so complex that they require a full range of diverse voices, and skill sets to solve them.

Creating an environment where different kinds of women can all succeed is crucial to socio-economic growth and development.


Running in Heels Career Conference

A career development conference for working women to learn and balance the art of excellent execution and epic result delivery under the pressure of diverse workload whilst empowering them to take the lead in breaking barriers in the workplace.

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Ladies Lunch Series

A quarterly event where women from different backgrounds have the opportunity to learn, be inspired, and connect with one another. The objective is to create spaces where women engage, connect and thrive.

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Women in Leadership and Politics Symposium

A conference for Nigerian women in Leadership and Politics especially in the public sector

Creative Entrepreneurs Academy

A Bootcamp for female entrepreneurs in the creative sector

Enterprise and Leadership Program

The ELP is a practical, hands-on program that is focused on enabling the women entrepreneurs in Nigeria to identify business opportunities, create and sustain viable enterprises

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