Helloooooooo March is here!!! And it’s going to be AHMazing!!! Here are the lineups for THE WOMAN, HER STORY, HER IMPACT the segment dedicated to women on The Afrocentrist Podcast.
This march we have
On 2nd – Adeshola Helen Onadipe
Adeshola Helen Onadipe is a Serialpreneur with her own companies in Nigeria and Dubai. She is the founder and publisher of Ladies in Business Magazine Global with a reach in over 4 countries including Nigeria, UAE, Saudi Arabia, India, Liberia and counting. She’s a go-getter and very audacious.
She’s currently the:
*MD/CEO SHOLSKONCEPT EVENT MANAGEMENT.
*FOUNDER OF BUSINESS INNOVATION ACADEMY.
*VICE-PRESIDENT LUXURYFLATS APARTMENT
*FOUNDER/PUBLISHER LADIES IN BUSINESS MAGAZINE GLOBAL.
*FOUNDER AFRICA CHANGE MOVEMENT UAE
As a magazine publisher, Adeshola really distinguished her magazine vision and mission that is meant for both ladies and women in business Globally. And also for entrepreneurs, business starters, intending business owners, laid-off workers, housewives,undergraduates, young female leaders and upcoming ladies in business Globally.
The Magazine, Ladies In Business Magazine Global is with a huge difference amongst other women publications. Apart from the great content, it is very creative, colourful and inspiring. It comes with a great positive impact on the readers. It also provides freelance opportunities for business promotions to average young female business owners around the world. The magazine also creates necessary avenues and platforms for them to be SEEN, HEARD and RECOGNISED.
LADIES IN BUSINESS MAGAZINE GLOBAL
IG/TWITTER: @linbizglobal +971585956490
On 9th – Joyce Fields
Born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1944, Joyce now resides in Arcadia, California. She started her career in 1962 as a stenographer. Joyce and her husband were married on June 3, 1967. They have been together for more than 64 years–since they were both 13 years old. They have two grown sons, eight grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Joyce is the author of 10 books, and she is also a professional proofreader. Her mission statement is: “I write books that inspire people on their journey to make the world a better place”
Her books are available at GoodShortBooks.com and Amazon.com.
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 16th – Fiona Demark
Fiona Demark is an inspirational speaker and resilience coach who moves participants from not achieving the results they are capable of, to inspiring positive change in both their professional and personal lives. She provides practical strategies that make a lifelong impact on her clients.
Over the past 25 years, she has had the pleasure of working with people to gain focus and step into their own power.
Her real-world examples of overcoming adversity and building resilience place her in perfect stead to share tools with others to build personal resources and inspiration to reach their goals.
What makes her unique and stand out from every other executive trainer and keynote speaker, is that she is legally blind. Having a disability since birth has taught her that life can be a challenge, but ‘when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. By meeting challenges head-on and constantly stepping outside her comfort zone she has built resilience and learned how to keep moving forward through adversity.
On 23rd – Mayowa Adegoke a.k.a TheLadyMayowa
On 30th – Isioma Dogo
Isioma Dogo 3 years ago, had severe complications while giving birth to her baby, after waiting for almost a decade after marriage to get pregnant in the first place. She is a survivor and her story will inspire you.
Isioma Dogo is a graduate of Architecture and Environmental Management. She is a literary and visual artist, with interests in fashion, photography and making art out of scrap materials. She is also an avid writer, with insightful essays on diverse subjects, which have been published and circulated widely. Isioma works as a Curator with the National Gallery of Art, Abuja. She is married and lives with her husband and daughter in Abuja, Nigeria.
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