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to achieve their set goals and dreams in life.

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#LadyBossQuickFive: ”When I think of the word “entrepreneurship”, I think of a hardworking individual making sacrifices to make her dreams come true” Helena Koudou, Founder- Slayed in Braids

Helena Koudou is a 23-year-old Ivorian American model, actress and hair braider based in New York City. Aside being a creative, she is also a student studying Business marketing.
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‘‘Strategically Position Yourself For Opportunities To Show Your Value And You Will Be Sought After ’’- Adaeze Oreh, #CareerConversations With LLA.

  Today on #CareerConversations with LLA, our muse is Public Relations Officer of the Society of Family Physicians of Nigeria in the FCT and Keffi, Nassarawa State, Adaeze Oreh.
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Unicef Confirms Nigeria Ranks Second on the List of Countries With Prevalence of Child Bride Marriages In the World

The United Nations Children’s Fund says Nigeria has the second-largest number of child brides in the world, with 23 million girls and women married out as children in the
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#LadyBossQuickFive: ”When I think of the word “entrepreneurship”, I think of a hardworking individual making sacrifices to make her dreams come true” Helena Koudou, Founder- Slayed in Braids

Helena Koudou is a 23-year-old Ivorian American model, actress and hair braider based in New York City. Aside being a creative, she is also a student studying Business marketing.
CONTINUE READING

‘‘Strategically Position Yourself For Opportunities To Show Your Value And You Will Be Sought After ’’- Adaeze Oreh, #CareerConversations With LLA.

  Today on #CareerConversations with LLA, our muse is Public Relations Officer of the Society of Family Physicians of Nigeria in the FCT and Keffi, Nassarawa State, Adaeze Oreh.
CONTINUE READING

Unicef Confirms Nigeria Ranks Second on the List of Countries With Prevalence of Child Bride Marriages In the World

The United Nations Children’s Fund says Nigeria has the second-largest number of child brides in the world, with 23 million girls and women married out as children in the
CONTINUE READING
Our 
Approach

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.

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Programs

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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