Women And The Future Of Work W/ K. Nyabam, K. Rwang-Pam, R. Ettaba, E. Vihishima & A. J. Mohammed.

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In this Panel Session to Celebrate #SGWomen Month, Kyenpiya Nyabam, Kaneng Rwang-Pam, Rosemary Ettaba, ESTA Vihishima & Afrah Jemal Mohammed discussed the Topic: Women And The Future Of Work.

The session was moderated by Mayokun Adeoti - Director, Startup Grind Jos.

About The Panelists.
1. Kyenpiya Jessica Nyabam is an enigma and a maverick who is the founder of Child Love And Protection Advocacy Initiative (CLAPAI Orphanage) which is the largest home with 381 children being cared for. She is an activist and protector of the rights of the child especially the girl child. She is an Anti Human Trafficking advocate and coordinator of Media Campaign Against Human Trafficking (MECAHT) plateau state chapter. A social activist,a writer, a facilitator, a teacher,a counsel and foremost Prolifer and protector of the sanctity of life. Kyenpiya is married with 3 boys. She is a recipient of several Awards as the first recipient including the Naija Diamonds Award by Mo Abudu and Inspire Africa in partnership with Diamond bank (now Access Bank)Plc, A million voices for Peace Award by 2Face Idibia Foundation as a peace builder using sports to reintegrate inter-religious crisis youth within communities. She is A Sheroes Africa Award winner and Plateau state Coordinator of Sheroes Africa amongst many others..

2. Kaneng Rwang-Pam is a certified trained trainer from a Centre for Management Development accredited institution, the Springfield Centre, an Adam Smith International partner training institution, class of 2009 University of Glasgow, United Kingdom and the Deutsche-Welle Akademie, Germany. The vision bearer of KRP Communications Ltd, Kaneng Rwang-Pam is a market development consultant with project management and Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) skills who combines her many years of media experience and the M4P (Markets for the Poor) approach to work on pro-poor, pro-women and pro-youth media-driven development projects to create opportunities for the delivery of concrete change within the Nigerian sociopolitical environment.

She is a Farm Radio International trainer who has also been trained to facilitate the coverage of conflict (USIS), health (BBC-WST), Psychosocial Support Fisrt Aid & Counselling (IOM), gender and business (Springfield Centre). She has served in complex political, business and media markets as a media lead facilitator, trainer and mentor in Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Nassarawa, Niger, Kano, Gombe, Kaduna, Adamawa and Jos for and with organizations including Adam Smith International, DFID, the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), UN Women, UNODC, DAAR Communications, Silverbird Communications and Steam Broadcasting and Communications among others.

3. Rosemary M Ettaba (ANIPR) is the CEO of Korrets Hamlet, a conglomerate: made up of Korrets’ Hamlet Amusement Park, Korrets` Hamlet Events and Korrets’ Hamlet Media.

Korrets’ Hamlet Amusement Park was established with the aim of reaching the children, the family and our society as a whole it is an amusement park per excellence, created with the interest of the family at heart giving the family; male and female; young and old the opportunity to play, exercise, dine and wine; building and strengthening togetherness.Korrets’ Hamlet Event Centre is into Event planning and Management services. Korrets’ Hamlet Media provides excellent media services that meets global best practices.

She is a Media Consultant, Event Management and Entertainment Service Provider.

4. ESTA Vihishima is the Education Director of Little Lambs School, Jos. She is a teacher, a child evangelist, a Christian educationist and mother. who serves on the board of various schools.

5. Afrah Jemal Mohammed is a young Medical Doctor and the founder/CEO of Life4Moms, which is an organization that strives to reduce maternal mortality by providing quality health education to women generally and pregnant women specifically. So far, Life4Moms has successfully educated 221 women about the importance of antenatal care.

Leading Life4Moms, she won the CAMTech Uganda hackathon (2017), HackJos pitch (2018), the Next Economy Demo-day pitch (2018) and the Next Economy Heroes Award. She also won a slot in the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative (AWEC) year-long entrepreneurial training, the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme, the African Changemakers Fellowship and the United Nations Millennium Fellowship.
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