16 08, 2017

PAW Joy Gyeyock Theyra Poised To Empower 1,000 Girls and Women #Nigeria

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Joy Gyeyock Theyra a B.Sc. holder in Computer Science was born on July 22, in Nigeria. As an eloquent and compelling public speaker and also a passionate humanitarian with cross-over appeal, Joy has inspired many across the state through her

11 10, 2016

Abigail Otabil positioning WOMCHILD to solve maternal issues….. #Ghana

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My name is Abigail E. Otabil, I am a banker by profession, an advocate for women and children, an entrepreneur and a blogger. I write on issues concerning Women and children focusing on maternal care, children well-being and empowering and

27 04, 2016

Lolo Cynthia Ihesie – #Nigeria Passionate About Youths, Women and Children…

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My name is Cynthia Ihesie, commonly known as Lolo Cy.  The founder, of the LoloChi Talks Enterprise. It is a social entrepreneurship company that employs all form of media (Online and Offline) as well as conferences to create mentorship platforms

29 03, 2016

Thecla Ojeifo – An Educationist Preparing Children For The Future…….

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My name is Thecla Ojeifo. I am a kingdom builder, author, educator, and blogger. A lot of the work I do involves motivating the younger generation to positively affect their world by living consciously. I believe it isn’t just enough

24 02, 2016

Irene Titilola Olumese – Nutrition Specialist #Geneva, Switzerland – In This PAW 10:10 Interview Series

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My name is Irene Titilola Olumese. I trained as a Nutrition Scientist with a Doctoral degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. I worked as a Nutrition Specialist with UNICEF for 15 years in three countries. For 20 years, I

17 02, 2016

Claudi Orlandini-Pira – …. being verbally and physically abused by husbands, being cheated on, having lost 2 children – Key To Success #SouthAfrica

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I am Claudi Orlandini-Pira, a very normal middle-aged (literally, I’m turning 50 next year) Afrikaans born and bred woman. My career experience has been mainly in the Banking sector, starting out at Stannic, then Bankfin, which became Absa Commercial Asset

11 02, 2016

“Women Intuitively Carry Solutions To Problems…..” Raeni Bankole #Nigeria #USA in this PAW 10:10 Interview Series

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My name is ‘Raeni Bankole, a minister of the Gospel with a three-fold calling as a watchman, a voice and a rebuilder. I am watchman to this generation, empowered as a voice with a divine mandate to repair the breach

10 12, 2015

Julie B Steynberg. Mother of the IGNITE WHAT’S RIGHT #SouthAfrica – Shares Her Story with PAW 10:10 SERIES

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My name is Julie B Steynberg. Mother of the IGNITE WHAT’S RIGHT™ global movement here in South Africa Since 2013. I am Coach, Motivational & Inspirational speaker, Trainer and Author in writing, Executive Director for Difference Makers S.A. In August 2012

7 11, 2015

Ijeoma Okeagu – SAYS “Everyone Needs To Dream” – In This PAW 10:10 Interview Series

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Young Woman in Business, CEO White Rabbit Concept, Ijeoma Okeagu holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. Her keen interest in business led her to acquire a Certificate in

3 11, 2015

Girls need to stop being seen as sex symbols – Gbonjubola Olanike Sanni #NIGERIA IN THIS PAW 10:10 INTERVIEW SERIES

By | November 3rd, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

My names are Gbonjubola Olanike Sanni. I’m a Nigerian and I was born in Ilorin, the capital of Kwara State in Nigeria to a family from Esie, the home of Esie Museum (the first museum to be established in Nigeria)