Glory Edozien, Omilola Oshikoya, Stephanie Obi and Itoro Eze-Anaba Cover Guardian Life

Sheros Women Talk June 8, 2016 0 Comments

It was such an honour to be featured on the cover of Guardian Life alongside the amazingness that is Stephanie Obi, Omilola Oshikoya and Itotro Eze-Anaba. The tag line read- Changing the Narrative-Women of Inspiration and it felt rewarding for the work that Inspired by Glory does to be seen in that light. In case you missed it, here is…

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#WCW: Josephine Effah–Chukwuma

Be Inspired I am Woman Sheros November 25, 2015 0 Comments

Today marks the start of the 16 day global campaign against gender violence. As an organisation that proudly supports gender equality, positive discrimination for the African women and the eradication of social norms and cultural practices which confine or degrade the African woman and girl, we shall be actively taking part in the campaign. So you’ll notice that the usual…

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#WCW: Aishah Ahmad

I am Woman Sheros Women Talk November 18, 2015 0 Comments

Yesterday we were excited and got way ahead of ourselves- by a full day. We released our #WCW on a Tuesday. But because the world is filled with women we can crush on daily (on a per second basis even) we are bringing you our lastest crush- Aishah Ahmad the new Wimbiz Executive Council Chairperson who takes over from Osayi Alile. Here…

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#WCW: Osayi Alile

I am Woman Sheros Women Talk November 17, 2015 0 Comments

We had an amazing time at WIMBIZ Annual Conference yesterday and we cant wait to get back for today’s concluding session. While we congratulate the entire WIMBIZ Executive council, Board of Trustees, Conference organizers and the entire team for putting together such an impactful and well organised event, we cant help but keep crushing on the current Chairperson of their…

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Michelle Obama: Let Girls Learn

Be Inspired I am Woman Sheros November 5, 2015 0 Comments

The inequality between both sexes has continued to gain visibility. However, just as women face unequal pay at work and unfair social standards, requirements and cultural inhibitions, many are now aware that these inequalities begin at childhood. Our education system, failing infrastructure, cultural mind set and traditions are failing young girls every where in the world. The lack of quality…

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