Breaking the Glass Ceiling by Starting Our Own Enterprises

Our C.E.O enjoyed being on the panel for British Council Ghana first #SocialThursday for 2018 which was dubbed; ‘Women of Impact:Breaking the Glass Ceiling by Starting Our Own Enterprises’. The day comprised of an exhibition which showcased 10 female-owned social enterprises, a story circle for female entrepreneurs making a social/environmental impact led by the Butterfly Effect. She shared the stage with Sara Nana Yeboah– CEO, Sangy Nursing Services, ABENA BRIGIDI ABENA BRIGIDI – CEO, Nimed Capital Limited, Valentina Martha Aba Sam – Industrial Promotion Officer (IPO), Ministry of Trade and Industry and Angela Asante- Essah – Presidential Advisor on Gender and Development, Office of the President. It was a very candid conversation and a lot of great insights was shared. Congrats to Larisa Bowen-Dodoo and the team at British Council Ghana for organizing a great event. The session was moderated by fellow Ashesi University Alum @Naa A.Quaynor-Mettle. She was incredible!

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