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These women are founders, venture capitalists, engineers, executives and more, who represent our community. They are the women who exemplify profound leadership skills, hard-work, humility, and success and demonstrate their strength with devotion to the work they do everyday. They encourage and inspire us all!
Our May events
One purpose of our May events is to tell the stories of the journey, the grind, and the setbacks of great female leaders. It is important that we recognise, listen to and encourage these women as we work toward building a more inclusive ecosystem.
Anyone and everyone who believes in our mission to work toward change -- men and women alike -- should come out to our event in May!!!
Lipuo is a Philanthropist, Entrepreneur, and a Governance and Democracy Practitioner. She worked for United Nations Development Programme in areas of Governance, Peacebuilding, Foresight and Development. She left United Nations to run her businesses in Agro-production and processing. Her company; Limomonane Products produces and processes fruits to make Jam, Marmalade and Canned Fruits. Her award-winning natural jam has been featured on various magazines in Lesotho and South Africa. Lipuo has won several prizes both nationally and in the SADC region for her semi-organic products that are a combination of health and taste.
She also works with Democracy Works Foundation on Southern African Political Parties and Dialogue programme that strengthens the ability of political parties in Southern Africa to develop and implement participatory policies around access to sustainable water supply, clean water, and clean energy, using evidence-based knowledge, while at the same time enhancing a democratic political culture that supports the meaningful participation of women, youth and marginalised individuals. Lipuo also sits on the advisory panel for the Lesotho Millennium Development Account for Compact II. She is also the reigning Global Peace Director for Lesotho as well as an Ambassador for Future Females (FF). She is a Laureate and Ambassador for Women in Africa (WIA).
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Neo Sekhesa, founder of House of Linford, holds a National Diploma in Biotechnology, a Baccalaureus Technologiae in Biotechnology and is in process of completing Masters in Biotechnology at Tshwane University of Technology. Ms Sekhesa is a part of the 2019 Interim Committee of Lesotho Association of Biotechnologists and is also a Food Quality and Safety Auditor for AquaNalane, an aquaponics and aquaculture plant located at St James High School in Lesotho.