Leading fashion entrepreneur and life coach, Kiki Okewale has led a community of female high achievers to host a women empowerment virtual conference to inspire growth and self-worth amongst women.
The highly-successful community launch conference under the auspices of Women High Achievers Trybe (WHATrybe) with the theme “Emerging and Evolving into a High-Value Woman” held Saturday 3 March had over 1000 female participants drawn from all walks of life and who were eager to learn, grow and connect with other like-minds.
In her remarks during the conference, Okewale, Convener, WHATrybe noted that the virtual event was designed to inspire, educate, and empower women to take control of their lives and reach their full potential.
“Every woman has the potential to become a high-value woman, and the Women High Achievers Trybe is excited to continue supporting and empowering women in their personal and professional journeys. We are encouraging women to build successful businesses and strive,” said Okewale.
She added that the main goal of the conference was to create a platform for women to come together and learn from one another, and be impacted by other women winning in their various industries. “That is why the WHATrybe is here. It is time for women to emerge and arise in their various spheres of endeavors,” Okewale, a leading fashion entrepreneur added.
The event had as esteemed speakers some of Nigeria’s highly respected and accomplished women in their respective fields including Dr. Naomi Osemedua, Abimbola Balogun, Eno Sam, Toyin Aralepo, Nkechi Alade, and the convener, Okewale. They shared their experiences, insights, and advice on how to emerge and evolve into a high-value woman, emphasizing the importance of self-worth, self-care, self-awareness, and self-development.
The MC of the conference, Energetic EJ, brought the heat into the virtual room as attendees were pumped up and high-spirited through the four-hour duration of the conference.
Participants also had the opportunity to participate in panel discussions and networking sessions, which provided them with practical tools and strategies for personal and professional growth. They were encouraged to reflect on what they had learned, as well as commit to taking action towards becoming high-value women.
“The energy and enthusiasm in the room were palpable as women left feeling inspired, motivated, and ready to take on the world. In a community of women with common goals, the success of one is indeed the success of all,” said Okewale, who is also the CEO, House of Plush Exclusive (HOPE) Fashion.
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