W4A Speaks To

‘Women4Africa Speaks To’ features interviews with African Women from all over the world who have done and are still doing amazing things. All the interviews here are conducted by Tola Onigbanjo and Geisla Osei.

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Dr Fiona Bartels-Ellis OBE

Ghana

Dr Fiona is Global Head of Equal Opportunity and Diversity at the British Council, the UK’s principal cultural relations organisation.In this role she sets and drives the strategic direction of equality and diversity across the organisation’s offices in 110 countries and territories.

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Sarah Owusu

Ghana

Sarah works with organisations that have a sense of social purpose and she use dialogic approaches to explore the opportunities and challenges that exist across the continent.

She also works directly with individuals that are leading change in Africa coaching two African women:one works to decrease maternal mortality rates through promotion of agri-business in the Democratic Republic of Congo; the other tutors children with autism in Nigeria and seeks to change mindsets about developmental disorders.

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Betty Makoni

Women4Africa Speaks to:

Betty Makoni

Zimbabwe

Betty Makoni is a gender activist, Founder and Director of ‘Girl Child Network Zimbabwe (GCN)‘ and Chief Executive Officer of ‘Girl Child Network World Wide‘, an organisation that champions the rights of the girl child in Zimbabwe and world over. She has mobilised financial resources to build four Girls Empowerment Villages, a unique model providing a future to sexually abused girls. Betty is hailed as ‘CNN Hero’ which she is to many.

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Mavis Amankwah

Women4Africa Speaks to:

Mavis Amankwah

Ghana

Mavis Amankwah is a business woman and the author of 44 Ways To Grow Your Brand. She is the Managing Director of ‘Rich Visions‘, considered to be to be one of the leading communications agencies targeting niche communities and audiences in the UK.

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Esther Madudu

AMREF Speaks to:

Esther Madudu

Uganda

AMREF’s Nominee for the Nobel Prize 2015
Esther Madudu, 32, is an enrolled midwife employed by the Government of Uganda. She works at the Atiriri Health Centre IV in the Katine sub-county in Eastern Uganda..

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Rosie Motene

South Africa

Rosie is the founder of ‘Rosie Motene Productions CC’ which produces content for television. She is also the founder of the ‘Waka Agency’ a boutique talent agency which aims to merge South African talent with the rest of the continent. Rosie is also regarded as one of SA’s best dressed women.

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Njeri Rionge

Kenya

Njeri has co-founded several multi-million dollar companies including Wanachi Online, a leading intenet service provider and also Ignite Consulting business consultancy.

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Aminatta Forna

Sierra Leone

Aminatta is the award-winning author of 2 novels ‘The Memory of Love’ and ‘Ancestors Stones’ and a memoir ‘ The Devil That Danced On The Water’. Her novel ‘The Memory of Love’ was winner of The Commonwealth Writer’s Prize Best Book Award 2011 and more. Aminatta has also written for television ( documentaries) and radio..

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Yetunde Odugbesan

Nigeria

Yetunde is the CEO and Founder of ‘Yetunde Global Consulting LLC’ management consulting firm. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of ‘Young Womans guide’ an organisation that provides mentorship opportunities and more.

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Clare Eluka

Nigeria

Clare is a pioneering force in the contemporary Health and Wellbeing industry. She is also the Founder of ‘Premae Skincare’ the world’s first highly anticipated ‘Allergy-free’ face and body brand.

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Rainatou Sow

Guinea

Rainatou is the founder of Make Every Woman Count (MEWC) an organisation committed to actively promoting and advocating for the empowerment and rights of African women and girls.

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Women4Africa Speaks to:

Saran K Jones

Liberia

Saran is the founder of FaceAfrica a non-profit organisation that provides clean and safe drinking water for rural communities in Liberia.

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