PAW Inimfon Etuk is the Founding CEO / Lead Strategist at Premium Logis International and the Founder of SHE FORUM AFRICA a pan Africa women development, leadership, and lifestyle organization which just held the 5th Edition of her annual conference.
In this month of November - our focus to #Stretch is not unconnected with the state of our continent - #Africa. It has become expedient to break free from limiting beliefs, attitudes and habits which have constantly held
Esther Kalenzi is a Ugandan social entrepreneur and founder of 40 Days Over 40 Smiles, a charity organization that supports vulnerable children and helps them access quality education. She won the 2013 Young Achievers Award in the Heroes category.
PAW Chanda Charity Lumpa is a highly motivated and experienced executive with a successful track record and accomplishments at Managing Director level in private, public and international organizations. She is the First African, Zambian, Female Managing Director for Bharti
PAW Tsitsi Masiyiwa is an African philanthropist and social entrepreneur who has devoted much of her life to empowering the lives of young people through education and technology. She goes beyond the boundaries, she is passionate, relentlessly committed to
PAW Terryanne Chebet @TerryanneChebet is a lioness. Her story exudes #Resilience #Fearless #Focus she is our #WCW for the week. She is CEO of Fanaka TV, Kenya's first 24 hours business channel and the founder of Keyara Organics. #Kenya
PAW Rose Seretse has flawlessly fought against corruption whilst she also helped establish the Commonwealth Africa Anti Corruption Center in Botswana. She is currently the CEO of Botswana Energy Regulatory Authority. She is doggedly astute, committed and fearless towards Africa's
Hansatu is guided by her personal mission statement which is to positively inspire, impact and invest in lives. She is a graduate of Business Administration from the University of Abuja with a Master in Business Administration from the Business School
“Akolutos” There she lay chained to her past, entrapped by her failures, frustrated by her misadventure. She had lost a job, her spouse and all the needed hope she could muster. She seemed imprisoned by fear, rejection, and denials. Yet,
PAW Yvette Ondachi abandoned her bourgeoning marketing career several years ago to seek and tend her green pastures. Her first foray into agriculture was in greenhouse tomato farming in eastern Kenya, where she made huge investments in the hope of