Suzanne F Stevens

Suzanne F. Stevens

Key Words Wisdom – In order to reach your potential we need to challenge what we are capable of doing. By becoming uncomfortable, pushing the edge of our comfort zone, we often meet a better version of ourselves.

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Regina Ingabire

May 17, 2013 Regina Ingabire, Co-Founder Never Again International Youth Network. Words of Wisdom: We are mothers, and we need to be educators of our children. We have to encourage our children to be active citizens and to part of finding solutions to our countries.

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Lydia Muso Lesotho Child Counciling Unit

Lydia Muso

Founder & Director, Lesotho Child Counseling Unit, Lesotho. An orphanage that she founded in 2001 to provide a temporary and safe home for the rehabilitative care of sexually, physically, and emotionally abused children.

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Ela Gandhi Gandhi Development Trust

Ela Gandhi

Founder & Trustee Gandhi Development Trust. She is a founding member of the Natal Organization of Women, which joined the ANC Women’s League, joined the ANC and the SACP in which she was chosen as a central committee member. Ela was nominated and accepted to serve on the Legal Aid Board of South Africa.

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Roxanne Joyal, ME to WE

Roxanne Joyal, ME to WE

As CEO and co-founder of ME to WE, Roxanne is at the helm of a leading B-Corp social enterprise that supports the sustainable development projects of its charitable partner, WE Charity.

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Lydia Muso Lesotho Child Counciling Unit

Lydia Muso

Founder & Director, Lesotho Child Counseling Unit, Lesotho. An orphanage that she founded in 2001 to provide a temporary and safe home for the rehabilitative care of sexually, physically, and emotionally abused children.

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Ela Gandhi Gandhi Development Trust

Ela Gandhi

Founder & Trustee Gandhi Development Trust. She is a founding member of the Natal Organization of Women, which joined the ANC Women’s League, joined the ANC and the SACP in which she was chosen as a central committee member. Ela was nominated and accepted to serve on the Legal Aid Board of South Africa.

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Gia Whitehead

Gia Whitehead is the Sustainability Director/Founder of TSiBA Education, Gia was recognized as one of South Africa’s 100 Brightest Young Minds in 2002. Gia was also awarded Top Women Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 (Topco Media).

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Leah Ngini founder St Christophers Scool Kenya

Leah Ngini

Founder & Director, St. Christopher’s Kindergarten, Preparatory and Secondary in Nairobi, Kenya. A first of many, she has been an inspiration to her community, and an influence in education for women in East Africa

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Zulfat Mukarubega RTUC Rwanda Tourism U

Zulfat Mukarubega

Founder & Legal Representative, RTUC Rwanda Tourism University College – the first tourism university in Rwanda. 2012 Woman Entrepreneur of the year by Rwanda Development Board (RDB).

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Suzanne F Stevens

July 7/13 In this short presentation at the CCAfrica’s African Women Trade & Investment Opportunity Conference, Suzanne F Stevens shares pioneering African women’s strengths – which we all can learn from and opportunities for African women to expand their business impact.

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Thandeka Mazibuko

Dr Thandeka Mazibuko is a specialist in Radiation Oncology and founder of Sinomusanothando Community Development which advocates for cancer awareness in the rural areas and townships, she is using her government salary to keep this NGO active.

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Gcina Mhlophe wisdom exchange tv

Gcina Mhlophe

International Professional Story Teller, writer, director, and author. Gcina has worked tirelessly for the past 11 years running NOZINCWADI – Mother of Books Literacy Campaign to help make South Africa a reading nation.

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Florence Zano Chideya

Ambassador of Zimbabwe in Canada; Deputy Dean: Diplomatic corps in Ottawa. Managing Director and Owner, African Adventures, a travel/tourism venture in Zimbabwe.

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Nouzha Chekrouni

Her Excellency Nouzha Chekrouni, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada. Pioneer: 1st woman to be elected to the party’s regional political board (1999); 1st Arab woman named Vice President of IS; 1st woman with the title of Minister.

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Doo Aphane wisdom exchange tv guest

Doo Aphane

A pioneer Human Rights Activist in Swaziland. Great insight into African women’s realities as second-class citizens.

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Meaza Ashenafi guest on wisdom exchange tv

Meaza Ashenafi

Chairperson Enat Bank, Lawyer & Women Activist in Ethiopia. Meaza contributed to the inclusion of women and children’s rights provisions in the 1995 Constitution of Ethiopia. She was identified as one of the five prominent women’s rights activists worldwide.

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Leah Ngini founder St Christophers Scool Kenya

Leah Ngini

Founder & Director, St. Christopher’s Kindergarten, Preparatory and Secondary in Nairobi, Kenya. A first of many, she has been an inspiration to her community, and an influence in education for women in East Africa

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Immy Kamarade Founder of Dallas Investments

Immy Kamarade

Managing Director & Founder of Dallas Investments Ltd, and Chairperson, Rwanda Women Entrepreneurs’ Chamber of the Private Sector Federation. A serial board member, Immy makes a difference in every industry she touches.

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Nigest Haile CAWEE wisdom exchange tv guest

Nigest Haile

Founder & Executive Director of Center for African Women Economic Empowerment (CAWEE) in Ethiopia. Nigest received an award from the Department of State, United States of America, in recognition of her extraordinary contributions to the development of women-led businesses. Nigest invests in the international potential of women.

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Terzea Mbire wisdom exchange tv guest

Tereza Mbire

A Ugandan business pioneer, serial entrepreneur, Presidential Adviser, Association Founder, Financial Trust co-founder, Author.

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Regina Ingabire

May 17, 2013 Regina Ingabire, Co-Founder Never Again International Youth Network. Words of Wisdom: We are mothers, and we need to be educators of our children. We have to encourage our children to be active citizens and to part of finding solutions to our countries.

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Olive Luena, CEO Tanzania Gatsby Trust guest on Wisdom Exchange TV

Olive Luena

CEO of Tanzania Gatsby Trust; nominee for the Africa Hunger Prize. In 1990, she was appointed by Pope John Paul II as a member of the Vatican Pontifical Council of the Laity and was recently appointed by the president of the United Republic of Tanzania as a trustee to the Presidential Trust Fund, her third appointment. A real leading lady!

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Yetnebersch Nigussie guest on wisdom exchange tv

Yetnebersh Nigussie

Educator, Director, Founder from Ethiopia. “It is not your inabilities, but your abilities that make the woman.” An inspirational woman who believes her blindness does not interfere with her 99 abilities. Perspective is everything.

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Jane Wathome Beacon of Hope wisdom exchange tv guest

Jane Wathome

Founder of Beacon of Hope, a faith-based and community NGO instituted to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic among women in poor communities. Registered in 2002 perform work in Ongata Rongai, Nairobi, Kenya.

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