Yetunde Ajibade: ‘I will continue to learn till the day I die’
Yetunde Ajibade is a lawyer, trainer, Montessori educationist and sales expert. She oversees the strategic direction of Ace Michaels Integrated Services Limited, which conducts capacity building programs and strategy sessions for HNI’s and corporate organizations. Unsatisfied with the state of education in the country, after her Master’s, Yetunde proceeded to the University of Nottingham in…
‘We have to improve the lives of women, with more women empowered, we could make a great change’
I’m a people’s person who cares a lot about people. My major reason for setting up the film festival was to improve the industry and long story short, I founded AFRIFF in 2010 after speaking with several filmmakers.
‘Being an artiste, teacher and music instructor has impacted me greatly’ – Coreisa Janelle Lee
Coreisa Janelle Lee was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama to two parents who dedicated their lives to pastoring a church. She attended a performance arts highscool in Alabama where she majored in Music performance.
Two breast cancer survivors: ‘The cost of cancer treatment is killing most people’
In commemoration of the Breast Cancer Awareness month, marked every October, Guardian Woman spoke to two women, Eno Essien and Nnnenna Obasi who both survived breast cancer and are thriving today. They bare it all in these interviews, from discovering lumps in their breasts, getting the diagnosis, treatment and getting their lives back together.
Foluso Gbadamosi: ‘My greatest recommendation to anyone having a hard time balancing is to create support systems’
I am the first of four children. I grew up in a home with open doors to everyone and parents who expected the best. My parents instilled humility and love for people in ways I find hard to describe.
‘I don't allow anything limit me from going for whatever I want’ - Aduragbemi Akintepede
My parents are educationists, my dad used to be a civil servant at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology while my mom is a teacher. So, as a little child, I had access to books early. While growing up in primary school, my dad used to have lots of books hanging around the house...
Super cop Cordelia Nwawe turns a year older
Top policewoman, Cordelia Nwawe is a year older today. DSP Nwawe popularly known as 'The Tigress' is a graduate of Law from the University of Benin. She hails from Ubulu-Unor, Aniocha South LGA, Delta State. The hardworking Police Officer was the First Female PRO of the Sokoto and Akwa-Ibom State Police Commands respectively. She is…
‘Understanding the needs of women in farming will help in guiding them to succeed’
I started my career in 2007 as a consultant at the Chicago office of McKinsey & Company, engaging with senior management across several industries.
‘Women should endeavour to work extra hard, society doesn't always give us equal chance’
Adetola Juyitan is an entrepreneur, ex-banker and current national president of Junior Chamber International (JCI). A graduate of accounting from the Ekiti State University and bagging an MBA from Lincoln University, she is a recipient of several awards and has spoken at several national and international events.
Glory Edozien: To significantly increase the number of women who enter senior management roles on the continent’
Times have changed. While hard work (or rather smart work) is still extremely important, research now shows us that women can lose out on promotions and high visibility career opportunities because senior managers may not know them well or be acquainted with their work...