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She Leads Africa

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Media presence in the current age of globalization is everything and one such organization that brings this light our perfectly is the She Leads Africa foundation which has roots in Nigeria. Many people may not have heard about it but the good news is that it is building traction with presence in more than half of the African continent and global ambassadors from Media personalities, celebrities and women in business. They do live interviews, professional bootcamps, online campaigns, competitions and social awareness

It has been featured in Forbes Africa, How we made it in Africa, CNBC Africa and the Huffington post among others proving its reach and diversification. Its main aim is to uplift African women along their journey towards professional success. Such platforms exist to connect excellence and aspiring talent, offer mentorship and strengthen the female community. They also provide funds and open channels for women aspiring to do great things in all sectors of the economy. It is truly inspiring to see these leaps and anything growing a woman financially grows a community too.

The relations through Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Instagram and their website offer events across the continent to build relationships with fellow young women and mentors. With partners such as Intel, Huawei and GTABank, the future is looking bright for this Pan African Organization. This it does by assisting women entrepreneurs to turn their start-ups into major corporations proving that Africa is the new hub for investments and business development.



The better thing is that the organization does not only offer financial help but also advisory and connections to scholarship programs with their Twitter and Facebook feeds boasting of so much advice for the young African woman on the rise in her life and career. It is simply a one stop shop for growth and investors should look to growing the Africa woman because any business that does not in some way touch on a woman, her life or her family is losing in the long run. Founders Afua Osei and Yasmin Belo-Osagie are looking to reach wider audiences and elevate the African woman and growth prospects are looking positive for She Leads Africa.

For more information on how you can be part of this amazing journey, go on to their website, find them on their social media(Links below) and join the next big thing in Africa





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