African Women in Leadership Conference comes off May 16-18


The African Women in Leadership Organisation (AWLO) has announced the forthcoming African Women In Leadership Conference (AWLC), slated to occur from May 16 to 18, 2024, in Accra, Ghana. Under the theme ‘Investing in Women; Bridging the Representation Gap’, this conference represents a significant step forward in enhancing women’s leadership throughout Africa.

The conference aims to establish a platform for advocating women’s leadership and nurturing influential networks among top-tier leaders. AWLC 2024 will also devise a policy framework to enact crucial discussions and elevate the status of women through transformative connections and opportunities.

Featuring dynamic sessions such as advocacy dialogue, intergenerational dialogue, HeforShe fireside chat, policy dialogue, speed mentoring, exclusive closed-door session with distinguished leaders, exhibition, and city tour.

Distinguished speakers at the conference include Her Royal Highness Princess Dr Moradeun Ogulana, Dr Angela Harris, Anna Yerimah Endouh, Saidu Musa Abdullahi,

Nana Yaa Serwaa Sarpong, Dr. Pauline Zitolina, Nannette Atuahene, Monique Douglas, Maipelo Boitumelo Mophuting, Her Regal Majesty Amb. Dr. Olori Temitope Enitan-Ogunwusi, Montez Alford, Jahzara Agyemang, Yvonne Ebbi, Mwangaza Jafari, Ken Eneduwa, Tanya Jones, Dr. Safiya Stephanie Musa, Makafui Aikins, Bunmi Sukanmi, Hardi Yakubu, Kelly Daniels, Sika Twum, Fatimatu Abubakar  and the Chairperson, Chief Dr Jewel Howard-Taylor, first female Vice President of the Republic of Liberia.

The conference will convene Women in leadership, including elective and appointive office holders, High-level leaders across public institutions, Political leaders, Business leaders, Women professionals and male allies, Third Sector organizations (Academia), religious organizations, youth organization representatives, and the media.

For registration and further details, please visit Join AWLO in shaping the trajectory of women’s leadership in Africa and narrowing the representation divide. AWLO stands as a pioneering organization committed to empowering women and advancing gender equality across Africa. Through advocacy, capacity-building, and networking endeavors, AWLO continues to motivate and assist women leaders in fostering positive transformation.

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