The African Woman Event

Port Harcourt
April 21, 2018 / 10:00 AM

About this event

Women are necessary contributors to economic development & creating jobs, this is largely due to the fact that, when women succeed, they produce a multiplier effect.

This year, #Africa4her has been focusing on supporting women entrepreneurs, their entrepreneurial spirit and ways to open up opportunities for them to excel in the workplace. To support their work, everyone has a role to play. From active listening to providing opportunities for career advancement and mentoring women throughout their careers.

We at Startup Grind Port Harcourt have taken unusual efforts to put up a special event as a major contribution to the subject.

We would be hosting a special event this April and its focus is on all females, we call it The African Woman event #TAWE.

The theme of this event is “The business, challenges, potentials and victory strategies of the African woman”

Our aim is to educate women in business and/or professional careers on the strategies that have been proven to give them a real chance at working optimally and producing the best they would naturally do. We would also be connecting people who go the extra mile to take action towards increasing the African woman’s access to equal opportunities in business – those who accept that women are entrepreneurs, that they must have access to financing and that their inclusion in business networks is critical to any country’s entrepreneurial success. Finally, we would be having an inspiring guest speaker share practical life experiences to complete the full Startup Grind experience, Educate, Inspire and Connect.

This April, we are especially pleased to the hosting the elegant CEO of Nostalgea Cuisine & Bakery, Mrs. Ajoke Enebeli. She’s a very beautiful African Woman and a true gift to humanity! See more about her in her profile

We will surely have an awesome event this April and I won’t want anyone to miss this… We’d also be treated to lunch from Nostalgea Cuisine! We have made it more proactive for men to show their support for the women by dropping the ticket price for women. This is believing that the men are taking up the bill!

For Tickets:

Ladies: 1000 or $3

Guys: 1500 or $5

Students: 1000 or $3

PS: All tickets are inclusive of lunch! 



SPEAKER's PROFILE

Ajoke Hephzi-bah Enebeli MSM is a graduate of Adult and Community Development from the Rivers State University of Science and Technology, with Post Graduate certificates in Strategic Management and Social Entrepreneurship. She is also a graduate from the University of Ibadan, (Rivers State, campus college of Education) with a National Certificate of Education (NCE), trained teacher in English and French language.

She is a member of the Institute of Strategic Management Nigeria, ISMN.

Ajoke Enebeli is one of the winners of the world Bank scholarship for women (Womenx) run by the Enterprise Development Centre of the Pan African University Lagos, Nigeria, where she graduated with a Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management .

She has attended many Workshops and seminars in the US, South Africa, Ghana and within Nigeria with certifications.

In a career that span 15 years, she served in the Federal Civil Service, voluntarily retired in 2016 to fully focus her energy on turning her passion for hospitality and food into a now successful brand; NOSTALGEA CUSINE AND BAKERY.

As a mentor to women, youths and teenagers, she is passionate about human capacity development, pioneering and administering several Empowerment Initiatives.

She is presently the Rivers State Chapter Coordinator for an international women organization, African Women in Leadership Organization (AWLO) with an international award as best Coordinator West Africa 2016.

President, Confident Women Association Port Harcourt (a charity support group in Port Harcourt catering for single rejected mothers and their children helping them boost their confidence ) she is also President/Founder, Succour and Care Foundation, a non-profit organization that gives succour and relief to indigent women and children , looking out for straying young boys in the society .

She is also the President/Founder, Sophia and Grace Women Ministries, a prayer support intercessory group. Member of Engenni Women Consultative Forum, her maternal women's forum involved in cultural reawakening.

Member of the Women in Hospitality Nigeria (WIHN) a newly established organization for women in the Hospitality industry in Nigeria.

Ajoke Hephzibah Enebeli is a proud ambassador of Sussana homes for less privileged children where she supports the home from time to time as God provides.

She is a Director on the Board of IDEASCORP LTD (owners of WashXpress Drycleaners, St Alexis Travel and Tours, as well as Nostalgea Cuisine and Bakery), Member of the NECA's Network of Entrepreneurial Women (NNEW).

Her passion to support and work with seasoned Entrepreneurs has endeared to the Entrepreneurs platform Initiative (EPI) where she is presently the Rivers State chapter Coordinator.

She is married to Alex Ndudi Enebeli, and they are blessed with two amazing children and uncountable godsons and daughters. She loves children, teenagers and young adults with a passion. As a practicing Christian, she serves together with her part-time clergy husband at the Crystal Vine Community, Port-Harcourt, Nigeria.

Also, serves in her church Women's group ‘‘Purple’’, as the Public Relations Officer, head of the Church benevolence Unit. Prayer to her is a conversation between God and man so she holds that very dearly without reservations

She loves listening to gospel music, Jazz, Orchestra/Instrumentals, a secular old school music lover, a writer/lover of poetry, counselling brings out the best in her, She loves to dance and travel a lot.

Speaker

The African Woman Event

Ajoke Enebeli

CEO - Nostalgea Cuisine & Bakery

Ajoke Hephzi-bah Enebeli MSM is a graduate of Adult and Community Development from the Rivers State University of Science and Technology, with Post Graduate certificates in Strategic Management and Social Entrepreneurship. She is also a graduate from the University of Ibadan, with a National Certificate of Education (NCE), trained teacher in English and French language.

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Date and Time
April 21, 2018
10:00 AM - 2:30 PM
 
Address
Nostalgea Cuisine & Bakery
41 Aba Road, CFC Bus Stop
Port Harcourt, 500262
 
Agenda
10:00 AM Networking and Food
11:00 AM Fireside Chat
12:00 PM Networking
 

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