Driving Leadership for African Women

Promoting Women’s Rights in Africa

We remain at the forefront of ensuring
African women empowerment and leadership
to achieve their set goals and dreams in life.

Our Content

Lulu Haangala Wood: Zambia has a large youth population and they really are the future, and even more importantly the present.

  Lulu Haangala is a Media Consultant, Moderator, Speaker, Host, TV presenter, Voice-Over Artist, Media agency partner and Brand Strategist. Lulu is determined to really help the youth and
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Emmanuella Bolouere Akinrinde:I derive my fulfillment from knowing I have helped one single person in one way or another.

  “I derive my fulfillment from knowing I have helped one single person in one way or another” says Emmanuella Bolouere Akinrinde who is Nigerian from Bayelsa state and
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Abigail Johnson Inyang: Do what’s valuable because this will lead you to have a passion and a fulfilling career.”

Abigail Johnson Inyang is a 17-year-old high school graduate awaiting admission into the university. She’s into penetration testing and vulnerability assessment and her interests are Cybersecurity, Artificial intelligence, Photography,
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Lulu Haangala Wood: Zambia has a large youth population and they really are the future, and even more importantly the present.

  Lulu Haangala is a Media Consultant, Moderator, Speaker, Host, TV presenter, Voice-Over Artist, Media agency partner and Brand Strategist. Lulu is determined to really help the youth and
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What Mentorship Truly Means—according to these five iconic women

The conversation around female mentorship— especially for black women has become increasingly frequent in the media in recent times. One might say it’s because more women, from different fields,
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Having a bad day? Try these 5 tips to stay mentally grounded

The conversation around anxiety has been on the rise recently and psychologists say it doesn’t necessarily mean that more people are anxious compared to the past but rather, more
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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.

Our 
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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