Interview on WisdomExchangeTv with Amy Tung, Founder of I AM LOVE PROJECT INC., Changing lives of women facing barriers to employment.
Interview on WisdomExchangeTv with BE Alink, Founder of The Alinker Inventions, where design matches your determination. Certified B Corporation
Interview on WisdomExchangeTv with Madeline Shaw, Co-Founder, Aisle: Providing safe, effective & sustainable menstrual options designed for comfort.
Interview on WisdomExchangeTv with Njeri Thubei, Founder of Upendo Women’s Foundation.Providing access to quality sustainable hygiene & health education for girls and women
Moving people from brokenness to personal transformation to full integration into society — connecting the disconnected.
CEO & Founder of Strive International which aims to build awareness of DYSLEXIA in Africa
Managing Director, Tanzania Women’s Bank Ltd, a pioneer in the Tanzanian Banking industry.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Group CEO, Kenya Women Holding. A pioneer in microfinance. Award winner of fastest growing & best-managed microfinance company in sub-Sahara Africa.
Kenya Country Director, Amani Ya Juu. Amani Ya Juu. A Fair-trade, non-profit organization. Joyce was previously a pastor and always wanted to work with women. Amani Ya Juu marries her background in microfinance, her faith and the ability to work with women in an inspirational setting.
previous Director of Africa Programmes for Computer Aid Africa, a social enterprise where that has given people all over Africa accesses to technology. First woman to be appointed head of an Information Communication Technology (ICT) network in the African Continent.