Women have capacity to be more than they really are, says Mojisola Sesan-Aina
Women are generally becoming a force to reckon with in the scheme of things and have taken the bull by the horn. In fact, they have become trailblazers in their chosen professions and it has become pertinent to celebrate them as they continue to create milestones wherever they find themselves.
One of such enigmatic women is Mojisola Sesan-Aina, who has gathered well over 15 years working experience in her endeavour.
The young lady who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the Lagos State University and MPIA, Public and International Affairs,
University of Lagos, is determined to succeed and have worked hard to see herself grow to the level she is now. She is not relenting in making herself better because she believes, women should not be pushed to the background.
Jisolabrandboss, as she is popularly called, has carved a niche for herself as an authority on social media marketing, digital media strategy, branding/brand strategy and filmmaking.
She is the founder of People in Business NetWork and Vendors Connect, both initiatives aimed at empowering entrepreneurs in general. She recently, also got nominated on the platform of Densa Awards with the Productive Female Award.
For Sesan-Aina, armed with skills in Media and Communications, a stint in Journalism, Marketing and Business, it is pertinent to follow through with her desire to give back to the society as much as possible.
Her much talked about 30 days bootcamp for Business Growth holds on September 1 to 30, 2021. The main aim of this bootcamp is to bring people together to learn secrets to securing their future in the digital space through proven tools and case studies. She is optimistic that attendees will be properly equipped for the next level if they can register via her website.
She said her brand believes that women have the capacity to be more than they really are and enjoins all entrepreneurs to hold on to that skill, focus on improving themselves and be the best that they can be.
On her view about Public Relations in Nigeria, she said it’s evolving and begining to gain more ground. She noted it’s not actually at par with what’s being done internationally but believes the sector in the country is getting there. She noted that the profession is a laudable one and urged those aspiring to go into it to have the passion, pursue it and build their own dreams.
Sharing her thoughts on life, Sesan-Aina said that it has taught her to be fierce, hardworking and pursue success with tenacity. In her journey through life, she had encountered lot of failures, but was able to bounce back and turn them to success stories.
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