From the WIMBIZ 2017 Annual Lecture – Life Lessons from Mo Abudu

CEO of Ebonylife TV, Mosunmola Abudu, was one of the keyote speakers at the just held 2017 Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) Conference held in Lagos tagged, ‘Bold Steps in the face of uncertainty’. She made some noteworthy comments while touching on various topics at the event. On women helping one another […]

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Lagos State Deputy Governor, Abiola Alabi, Bolanle Austen Peters, and others to converge at WISCAR’S 2016 Annual Anniversary

Women in Successful Careers (WISCAR), a highly structured mentoring program for professional career women, will be converging great men and women at its annual Mentorship and Leadership event and is also set to induct another batch of successful mentees. The WISCAR Mentorship and Leadership program encourages professional career women to achieve their full potentials and […]

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Tabitha Karanja’s story is proof that you can dream big but start small

  18 years ago, Tabitha took a huge risk and ventured where no one had. She stepped into an 87 year old male dominated business monopoly after realizing a gap in the market Tabitha and her husband emptied the family’s savings and started Keroche, making fortified wine, which despite being low priced, was made to […]

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These five women are literally running the world

Women are taking over the world and we’re excited about it. Although there are a number of power women who are outstanding in their fields, we want to celebrate five women whose concerted efforts have not only helped the world become a better place but have also given other women the validation they need to go […]

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To the First Lady With Love: 10 powerful quotes from the tribute to Michelle Obama

Chimamanda Adichie, Gloria Steinem, Jon Meacham and Rashida Jones all penned powerful Thank-You notes to Michelle Obama in tribute to her awesome contribution to America as First Lady, in the last 8 years. Here are our top 10 quotes from the notes: “She had rhythm, a flow and swerve,” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie “She was working […]

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