The Shifting Perspectives Women’s Summit brings together moderators, speakers and guests from around the world for a 24-hour conversation about the dynamic nature and experiences of women with three main goals: to educate, empower and connect.
The virtual event aims to bring together professionals and leaders from around the world from different industries to discuss emerging topics such as inspiring women to hidden women, money matters for health, hair and beauty, identity , children and the workplace, spirituality, abuse and many more. After.
As the world seeks to sharpen its future by equipping women to take up space, these growing dynamics cannot be ignored. Keynote speaker, lawyer and writer, Abam Mambo’s Upside Down Project in collaboration with Binu Balan seeks to encourage, challenge and inspire leaders, individuals and organizations to change, shape and broaden their perspectives in order to facilitate access to new ideas, to accelerate, community or organizational growth and transformation, and to amplify the impact.
Storytelling is the fabric with which much of my consciousness is constructed. As a speaker, writer, lawyer and podcaster, I believe in the power of stories to educate, challenge, advocate, entertain and inspire. By bringing this World Women’s Summit together with over 90 storytellers, my mission is to use stories to challenge, empower and inspire everyone as we change, shape and expand perspectives on what it means to be a dynamic woman in the world. new normal, ” Abam said. Mambo, global speaker and conference host.
Participants can expect in-depth dialogues, including real discussions, thought-provoking ideas, and in-depth learnings on the most difficult and relevant topics from speakers such as the founder and CEO of InaTidé, Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani, Founder and CEO of Women at Risk Int‘l Foundation, Dr Kemi Ibru Da-Silva, and hosted by Abam Mambo, together with co-host, partner and business strategist, Binu Balan. “Allowing people to speak out about their truth and the matters that matter is at the heart of my being and my work. And when that is coupled with the incredible opportunity to change the narrative, it creates the ripple effect of social change. For me, that’s the purpose of this summit. It’s a passionate project to move the needle, to be the change we want to see; changing outlook, ” said Binu Balan, partner and business strategist.
“We are proud to fully support such events because the Chamber (http://EnergyChamber.org) understands the importance of uplifting women in the workplace. It is not about whether women add incredible value to the companies they run and operate in the energy sector. The world must go beyond words and platitudes and must ensure that women are included in all facets of the environment in which they operate. There are a lot of changes going on right now, so there is no better time to make sure we are building a bright future that includes women, looking to 2030 and beyond. Added Executive Chairman NJ Ayuk.
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