I started my career in the media back in 2005. I worked for a PR Company called CMC Connect, where I served as a Client Service Manager.
‘Everyone has a role to play in caring for older adults’ – Oluwadamilola Grillo
Growing up, I was fortunate to have had my maternal grandmother live with us. Perhaps, this influenced me subconsciously and started me on my present path.
Oluwakemi Areola: ‘Our statistics shows there are virtually many girl children out of school in all states’
Ann-Melody Oluwakemi Areola is an innovative Public Relations Expert, a tactical Social Development Specialist and Business Support Services Advisor with a strategic intent premised on sustainable economic growth...
‘I believe women are breaking grounds now in the field of scientific research’
Dr. Stella Smith holds a PhD in Medical Microbiology from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, (1996). She is currently the Director of Research Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research
Foundation kicks off New Year with outreach for widows
The Chinwe Bode-Akinwade Foundation (CBA) has kicked off the year with an outreach for widows in Nnewi, Anambra state. The foundation seeks to cater to the needs of widows via skill acquisition, provision of business loans, food items, clothing and financial empowerment. Below are excerpts from an interview with the founder, Mrs. Chinwe Bode-Akinwade; What…
Winners at Her Network Woman of the Year Awards 2019
The third annual Her Network Woman of the Year Awards held on Sunday, December 15 at the Oriental Hotel, Lagos.
Mojisola Ogunsanya: ‘Most good restaurants still alive do not have a lot of branches scattered everywhere’
I attended Ogun State Univeristy (OSU) Ago-Iwoye where I would say I started buying and selling in earnest before proceeding to train at Red Dish Culinary School as a chef. While I was in school, I tried my hands at different businesses and this did not change after leaving school....
Aisha Saleh... unstoppable star out of a Lagos slum
From the most unlikely places and amidst the darkest odds, stars keep emerging on the Nigerian horizon.
Eloho Gihan-Mbelu:‘I would like to see more women becoming high-impact entrepreneurs, leading more impactful companies’
Over a career spanning close to 20 years, Eloho Gihan-Mbelu has worked with entrepreneurs, companies and entrepreneurial teams across multiple industries, at a range of life-cycle stages.