Interview on WisdomExchangeTv with BE Alink, Founder of The Alinker Inventions, where design matches your determination. Certified B Corporation
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.
Ambassador of Zimbabwe in Canada; Deputy Dean: Diplomatic corps in Ottawa. Managing Director and Owner, African Adventures, a travel/tourism venture in Zimbabwe.
Founder & Managing director of SRS Aviation based in South Africa - the first 100% black female owned aviation company that offers clients professional and personalized flight options to destinations around the world.
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.
Managing Director, Nedbank (Swaziland) Limited - Pioneer: first woman in Swaziland to head up a Managing Director Post for an International Bank.
Founder & President, The CSI Business Congress, Showcasing Business response to HIV/AIDS, Owner OF De`Ma Restaurant, Durban South Africa.
Managing Director, Tanzania Women’s Bank Ltd, a pioneer in the Tanzanian Banking industry.
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Transman, South Africa, a temporary worker placement agency serving over 11,000 workers since inception in 1983.
Co-Founder and COO, Gahaya Links is known for exporting 'Peace Baskets' to international markets and weaving peace among Rwandan's rural communities. Employers of 100's of women and men in Rwanda.
In loving memory - Founder & Managing Director Tintsaba, Master Weavers in Sisal. Sheila Freemantle left us on October 29, 2012. Sheila impacted so many lives. Watch, Listen, Read, her inspiring words of wisdom of how to change the lives of thousands with love. Help her legacy live!
First Executive Director of the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR). Prior to joining IPAR, she held various responsibilities as an academic in senior management positions in Higher Education in Rwanda.
Managing Director, Gone Rural, Swaziland. Impacting hundreds of rural women by creating jobs through high-quality hand-crafts. During Philippa's tenure, she has doubled business turnover, quadrupled artisan incomes, and fostered a positive economic impact on Swaziland’s rural communities by enabling women to earn money while maintaining their customary lifestyle.