It is with great pleasure, and pride, that I’m inviting all World Pulse sisters, and anyone else, for that matter, who wants to join an excellent, inspirational event that will be featuring two of our beloved sisters: Karen Axalan and Hawwah Abdullahi Gambo. Please join us, and mark your calendar!
Event name: The Aspire 2020 Reinvent Virtual Conference
Save the date: October 14 - 2:00 p.m - October 15 - 7:00 p.m. (UTC+01:00)
For speaker, and registration information: https://www.aspireforequality.co.uk/event/aspire-reinvention-virtual-con...
In this new era, it is critical to make time for our well-being, career planning and visibility. With so many changes, we must reevaluate at speed and stand out in our lives, careers and as businesses and organisations. Join women from across the world as we reinvent ourselves and create a career and life of impact and visibility.
Do you have a plan for your career right now?
How will you stand out in a new and challenging marketplace?
Do you have the latest tools to manage higher levels of stress?
Can you make a difference to the issues that are important to you?
Join Dr Sam Collins, named as ‘One of the Top 200 Women to Impact Business and Industry’ by Her Majesty The Queen and ‘A Woman Shaping the World’ by CNN as she curates and leads this new event with 15 hand picked speakers from around the world.
This is Karen’s event write-up:
Karen Axalan, Encourager Advisor, World Pulse, Philippines
Topic: “A Revolution of Encouragers: How Encouragement Helped Me Process My Healing”
Karen Axalan is a Digital Ambassador and the Encourager Advisor of World Pulse, a global social network of women. She supports the World Pulse Team in enhancing its Encourager Programme. She is also a three-time World Pulse Featured Storyteller. She is an inspirational writer, an encourager, a wife and a mother.
This is Hawwah’s event write-up:
Hawwah Abdullahi Gambo, Gender Advocacy Journalist and Social Entrepreneur, Nigeria
Topic: “Emerge and Survive”
Hawwah was born in Kaduna state on 18th February 1976, into a polygamous family of 23 children, for anyone who knows what Northern Nigeria was in those years, they’d know 99% of women are uneducated, her mother was one of those 99%. She attended an all-Girls school and studied Mass Communication. After the mandatory National Youth Service Corps for Nigerian graduates in 2006, she proceeded to get her first post graduate qualification in Education from the National Teachers Institute in 2007 and a Master of Arts in Multimedia Journalism from Bournemouth University. She is currently a divorced mother of 5, and the CEO/Publisher of an online gender advocacy publication sheroes.ng, and the blog dladyofmysteries.blogspot.com.
Scholarships are available for a $10 administrative fee (link below).
FYI: you will be asked to put in your credit card details, immediately after you fill in the scholarship application. There is no reviewal process.
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If you can pay for the full registration fee (£395 – £495), this is the link: https://www.aspireforequality.co.uk/event/aspire-reinvention-virtual-con...
To apply for a $10 entry fee scholarship, this is the link: https://www.aspireforequality.com/events/scholarships/
Please note: scholarships are available for only a $10 administrative fee.
You will be asked to put in your credit card details, immediately after you fill in the scholarship application. There is no reviewal process.