I am delighted to be joining the fabulous panel hosted by The Young Professional (UK) network, discussing alongside other trailblazers how we juggle multiple elements to our careers, the search for fulfilment, flexibility versus security, our approach to risk taking and much more.
I joined the Chandler Foundation and the Segal Family Foundation at their second annual Friends of Malawi Reception, to honor the delegation of the Government of Malawi, as well as change makers and funders working in Malawi.
As I was preparing for my talk with the Visible Women Agency which was held in New York on “Redefining Mentorship”, I kept asking myself what the people who often tell me that they look up to me would wish to hear from me. I kept thinking about my mother, who has been on my mind more so lately, than before.
Such an incredible privilege to have interacted with the Knight Hennessy Scholars team at the “Leading Yourself, Leading Others” event which was held in New York City. We got a special opportunity to hear from John Hennessy, co-founder and Shriram Family Director, and Tina Seelig, Executive Director, of Knight-Hennessy Scholars.
Looking forward to a conversation with the Visible Women Agency about mentorship. I will be joining Gayle Kabaker and Paola Martínez Fiterre (award winning Cuban artist) for an epic talking circle, and we will be sharing ourexperiences growing from mentors & cultivating/becoming mentors. I will be sharing on my experiences with the value of mentorship, as a creative entrepreneur, but also as a woman.
Delighted to have been recognised as one of 100 Young Entrepreneurs Making a Difference in Malawi – a list honoring a few inspiring men and women who have been at the heart of building the leadership and entreprenerial narrative and culture in Malawi.
1 year since Mangochi came to a stand-still, in awe of you. 1 year since we escorted you to rest – and oh Mangochi did come through and show up for you.