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Month: August 2017

 

Muna onuzo is an award winning financial literacy advocate for women and a business
and communication strategist among her tribe she is known as the business multiplier

….. Muna is an entrepreneur with keen interest in
helping the youth, women and organizations develop a winning global strategy.
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Her expertise has seen her speak to over 8000 businessmen and women on
leadership, personal finance, entrepreneurship, branding and communication
strategy across several States in Nigeria, the United Kingdom, United States of
America and Asia
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Muna is the Founder of Gazzelle Academy where she has trained and mentored
over 2000 Nigerian youths. She holds a Masters degree in Media and
Communication and sits on the board of several organizations. …….
Muna is the President of the Foundation for Women in Film and Television – an
International NGO spread over 44 countries. She is a sitting Board of Trustees
member of the Society for the Performing Arts of Nigeria – an award winning
NGO helping the Nigerian youth to live out their dream through dance and the Arts.
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Muna was recently honored with the Most Influential Young Nigerian ranking
under Social Enterprise and An Iconic Woman Changing Her World Award from
WEF-Women Economic Forum India. She has also received an award on Creativity and Excellence and a Fellowship from the Institute of Information
Management Africa.@munaonuzo

  • Kemi Tijani, is CEO/Founder of Wow Braids, a for-profit social enterprise that creates globally competitive hair and beauty products from local inputs by working with groups of female artisans across Nigeria. Kemi is a advocate for building businesses with a social component. Wow braids products are ethically sourced from highly-skilled stylists in Nigeria and distributed through a global network of channel partners. Prior to establishing Wow Braids, Kemi worked as a Technology Business Specialist at Microsoft and Dell EMC where she designed technology solutions that enabled large enterprises to increase their bottom line by transforming their business processes and operations.  She was also an early employee at Jumia and Konga, helping to design the blueprint and drive execution of core processes in the early days of the start-ups. Kemi has a degree in Computer Science and an MBA from INSEAD business school and is passionate about building businesses with a social mission and using technology to increase efficiency and scale. Her business has already empowered over 70 women with soft loans, skills, and a means of living. She is also versed with issues around entrepreneurship, tech as an enabler, social impact, business competitiveness, local production, Made in Nigeria, start up culture, etc. 
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