Wisdom Exchange TV cultivates, celebrates and inspires future leaders, viewers tell us.
April 19/13 Interview launch. Leah Ngini, Founder & Director, St. Christopher’s Kindergarten, Preparatory and Secondary. Words of Wisdom: “Have a vision as to the sort of family you want. My mother swore that all her children, both boys and girls, would be educated and treated equally in everything. She had 5 boys and 5 girls. ”
Dec 15/12 Leading Ladies share Words of Wisdom to their daughters. A Christmas gift to that keeps on giving. Special feature.
July 24/12 Leading Ladies, mostly from East Africa, Share their Words of Wisdom.
June 26/12 Live YOUR Leadership Legacy, inspired by African Leading Ladies – 7 minute highlight video of African Leading Ladies.
President & Founder of Ignite Excellence Group Initiatives, Canada
Topics: Business Women – Pushing yourself to your personal and Professional Potential
Key Words Wisdom – In order to reach your potential we need to challenge what we are capable of doing. By becoming uncomfortable, pushing the edge of our comfort zone, we often meet a better version of ourselves.
Living Your Leadership Legacy – Inspired by African Leading Ladies. Watch a 7 minute video which gives you a very small taste of the accomplishments of Leading Ladies. Africa Women Pioneers, trailblazers and Leaders of Many are interviewed every other week on a FREE web-enabled platform. They share their strategies, tactics, Leaderships Lessons and Words of Wisdom in business, politics, philanthropy and education.
We are now in Southern Africa interviewing Leading Ladies is Politics, Philanthropy, Business and Education. We want to thank the wonderful Leading Ladies in East Africa who shared their insight, knowledge, determination and spirit with us – and in many cased your hospitality. We had many highlights including interviewing Bience Gawanas – Exchange launched November […]
Dec. 13/11 Gladys Ogallo, Managing Director, Virtual HR”You need to realize you are spec in the world. Top 40 under 40 winner. “As small as you are, you have to make a difference.”
Oct 18/11 Public Affairs & Communications Director for Coca-Cola Central East & West Africa, “WE all have to work toward leaving an amazing legacy.”
Sept 6 @10a.m. CEO, Kenya Women Holding
Pioneer in microfinance. Award winner – fastest growing & best managed microfinance company is subsahara
Aug. 23, @10a.m. Founder, Beacon of Hope
How to marry philanthropy with a real business approach. Words of Wisdom: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” Gandhi
Aug 9, @10a.m. Kenya Country Director, Amani Ya Juu
A Fair-trade, non-profit organization. Amani started in 1996 and is a sewing-marketing-training project for marginalized women in Africa. Words of Wisdom: To survive as an African woman, you have to deploy every single strength and gift you have.
July 26, @10a.m. Executive Director FEMCOM, an institution of COMESA
Gender Policy Pioneer. FEMCOM is comprised of 19 member countries that make up the COMESA region.
July 10/11 @ 10:00am. Director of Africa Programmes, Gladys Muhunyo is the most senior member of staff at Computer Aid’s Africa HQ in Nairobi from where she oversees the organisation’s expanding programme of work across the continent.
Co-Founder, Hanne Howard Fund, Philanthropist,
“Think out of the box. Make sure you take the chances that come your way. And make sure you become self reliant, you cannot put yourself in the hands of other people.”
CEO, PMS Group, Woman of the Year 2010,
Words of Wisdom: “Don’t take life so seriously”
Founder, WOW Safaris, Bringing the West to work with and invest in African women leaders. Providing women with scholarships.
Words of Wisdom: “Don’t wait for it to happen to you, just keep trying to make it happen.”