AFRICAN WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2019 SET TO CONVERGE 500+ LEADERS AT KIGALI RWANDA

AFRICAN WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2019 SET TO CONVERGE 500+ LEADERS AT KIGALI RWANDA

African Women in Leadership Conference 2019 set to converge 500+ Leaders at Kigali Rwanda



AFRICAN WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2019 SET TO CONVERGE 500+ LEADERS AT KIGALI RWANDA

Every year African Women in Leadership Organization (AWLO), holds its annual African Women in Leadership Conference.
For the past 11 years, AWLO has delivered conferences as part of it’s developmental mission, hosted by Countries in Africa and the Diaspora.
This year’s African Women in Leadership Conference is hosted by Rwanda in recognition of its gender development strides and registered achievements in women empowerment and leadership.
“We are proud of a HeforShe Champion, H.E. Paul Kagame whose administration has not only brought women closer to leadership but also facilitated structures for sustainability of his impact. These progressive values are aligned with ours, and we are beaming the light on the country’s development through African Women in Leadership Conference.” says Dr. Elisha Attai, AWLO Founder.


African Women in Leadership Conference (AWLC) is an annual meeting for strategies and capacity building to advance women’s leadership. It engages key decision makers to generate solutions, implement best practices, and build partnerships for women’s development.
Since AWLO believes that effective strategies originate from women, it engages them as its primary stakeholders to increase their leadership participation.
This year’s conference which will be held at the Kigali Marriot Hotel Rwanda from the 4th- 5th April 2019 is themed “Empowered for Sustainability”.
During the last Women’s Empowerment Principles Forum held by the United Nations, AWLO was in participation as a signatory of the UN Global Compact. At the forum, the cruciality of Women’s empowerment was found to be very key in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals


 




 


In view of this, AWLC will be gathering 500+ women and stakeholders to:
• Capture solutions and stakeholders’ opinions on sustaining women’s empowerment in politics, economy, business, workplace culturally and socially.
• Model case studies of enterprising African women with a focus on their strategies and competencies
• Collate the valued opinions of women in leadership to guide decision making processes as it affects women in all areas.
• Build the capacity of women to upscale skills and individual competitive advantage for Leadership
• Generally, create opportunities for women through exposure to international networks, business to business networking, and showcase.


This year’s expected delegates are government officials in Rwanda, Development Partners, women professionals and entrepreneurs, women in public service, International NGOs, Religious Based Organizations, Civil Society Organizations, Philanthropists, Women Associations, Female Youths, and other stakeholders including politicians, first ladies, heads of government agencies and diplomats.
The Keynote address will be delivered by Her Excellency President Ellen Sirleaf Johnson. Other Speakers include; H.E Jewel Taylor – Vice President Of Liberia, Dr. Violet Arene – President of AWLO, Charles O’tudor – International Brand Strategist, D. Yvonne Rivers – Creator Of DC Shark Tank USA Macdella Cooper – Philantropist & Politician Liberia | Yewande Austin – USA Cultural Ambassador, Mary Akpobome – COO HBCL Investment Services Nigeria, Nathan Kwabena Anokye-Adisi – CEO EIB Network & Empire Group of Companies, Johanita Suretha Schoeman – CEO Valunett Global. Expected dignitaries and Special Guests include; H.E Aisha Buhari – First Lady Of Nigeria, H.E Rebeca Akufo-Addo – First Lady Of Ghana, H.E Isuara Nyusi – First Lady Of Mozambique | H.E. Samira Bawumia, Wife Of The Vice President Of Ghana, Paulita Wie – Deputy Minister Of Urban Affairs Liberia, Chief Dr. Opral Benson – AWLO Board Of Trustees Chairperson, H.E. Caroline Mchome – Wife Of The Governor Of Kakagame County Republic Of Kenya, H.E. Fatima Maada Bio – First Lady Of Sierra Leone, H.E Chantal Biya – First Lady Of Cameroon, H.E. Isaura Nyusi – First Lady Of Mozambique, H.E Auxillia Mnangagwa – First Lady Of Zimbabwe | H.E. Dominidue Ouattara – First Lady Of Cote D’ivoire and Hon. Amb. Soline Nyirahabimana – Minister of Gender & Family.




The major features of African Women in Leadership Conference Rwanda 2019 are; Plenary Sessions and Presentations, Leadership Workshop, B2B Networking Events, Enterprising Female Leaders Showcase and Women in Leadership Congress. Women Leaders of African Descent are urged to take this opportunity that seeks to:


Set women up for Outstanding Leadership Performance and Promotion.
Consolidate voices to represent the interest of Women across board.
Model enterprising African women case studies.
Give 400 female participants access to Empowering Networks and Information.


Registration for African Women in Leadership Conference is ongoing at awlo.org/awlc

AFRICAN WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2019 SET TO CONVERGE 500+ LEADERS AT KIGALI RWANDA AFRICAN WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2019 SET TO CONVERGE 500+ LEADERS AT KIGALI RWANDA Reviewed by Linda Ochagla on Friday, March 01, 2019 Rating: 5

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