We’re very pleased to announce our 2021 – 2022 cohort of KWF Bih Niba Young Women’s Leadership Development Program Fellows. The program is a virtual program for young women between the ages of 17 to 30 years old in Africa https://web.facebook.com/groups/742032236275507/posts/1181528648992528/ …pic.twitter.com/ybCUJcTeqj
“Identifying my humble commitment to youth leadership, empowerment and service to my community, I was invited as a National Delegate representing my country Cameroon... With over 150 youth-led projects in over 75 countries, it is indeed a rare privilege for me.” - Ms. Frida Eposipic.twitter.com/E6GhSPj3KY
Just a reminder that Black professionals still only make up 3% of tech executives and 1% of tech founders. We need more Black representation in tech. Learn about the barriers that remain for the
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Apply using this link: https://cscuk.fcdo.gov.uk/scholarships-filter-search/ …pic.twitter.com/QBsExaIXFB
Join us at 1 pm US EDT / 6 pm GMT for our KWF Women’s Leadership Dev Webinar: Click this URL to join. https://us02web.zoom.us/s/85924381896?pwd=cW5jTmJncnBzNnJ4ZGUvZ2JOZlZ3QT09 … Passcode: 734321 Or One tap mobile: +13017158592,,85924381896#,,,,*734321# US (Wash DC) +13126266799,,85924381896#,,,,*734321# US (Chicago)https://twitter.com/kuwa_women/status/1437665911520075776 …
If you are a young woman seeking to develop your leadership competency & achieve your leadership potential, join us on Saturday, September 18th, at 1:00 pm US Eastern / 6:00 pm WAT. Register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-LDFdQVxSZiEZc_pjaULcw … Or at: https://kuwawomensfoundation.org
We’re very pleased to have Ms. Fotabe Elmine as a Speaker on our esteemed webinar Panel to share her expertise and experience in actualizing her vision for professional empowerment.pic.twitter.com/cHM9ZdDvQW
She currently focuses primarily on Tech Integrations. Samantha has a passion for diversity & inclusion; she developed & implemented an early ID program (EYP Emerging Leaders Program) focused on attracting underrepresented minorities to careers in Consulting.
After obtaining her MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, she joined EY Parthenon, where she leads both Separations & Divestitures, advising Fortune 50 through Fortune 500 C-Suite Executives on deal strategy to minimize risk.
Following her MA degree in Economics at Hunter College, she joined the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in Toronto, where she held various roles in the Commercial Banking Platform in charge of a portfolio generating $20M+ in revenue & over $500M in assets under management.
Ms. Samantha Ngu is a Director at EY Parthenon’s Transaction Strategy & Execution group. She began her career at Kinko’s, where she rose to multi-unit Manager.