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You as an individual woman.  You as part of a powerful cohort of women who support and sponsor each other’s success. Join other emerging leaders in the industry and claim your power to change the world.

You Too Can Lead!

Meet Our Male Champions

Otive Igbuzor
Dr. Otive Igbuzor Founder, Centre LSD

Dr. Otive Igbuzor is a Pharmacist, Human Rights Activist, Policy Analyst, Development Expert, and author who is a reader’s delight. His authored works are always enchanting, interesting and yet very impactful. His books have been instrumental to building a new breed of leaders capable of advancing Africa out of the woods of socio-economic and political decadence. He remains a role model, a beacon of hope, a scion of Truth, an emblem of integrity and an incontrovertible guiding light to African Leaders. Burning with a passion to see Africa attain her full potential, he has built a strategy to take Africa to her pride of place in the comity of nations.

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Edidem Ekpo Okon The Obong of Calabar

The Obong of Calabar, His Royal Eminence, Edidem Ekpo Okon Abasi Otu V was born on November 20, 1949. His parents were Etubom Okon Abasi Otu Ukpong Mbo Otu and Madam Ikwo Okokon Ansa of Adiabo Ikot Mbo Otu. He descends from Adiabo clan of the Eburutu tribe and he is traceable to the founding ancestor of the Efik kingdom with the genealogical name Ekpo Okon Abasi Otu Ukpong Mbo Otu Meseme Ukpong Ukpong Atai Ema Atai Iboku. The young Prince Ekpo Okon began his educational career at the St. Patrick.

Assess and Evaluate

The best way to make sure things are in line is to assess where you are today, including both your positive and negative characteristics, and to have an approach for self-growth for the future. It will take time and discipline to develop a constant process of self-inflection and you will need to set guidelines for improvement for yourself.

Get support and Take Action

 Choose action or inaction wisely. Deciding when to take action is a basic leadership . You can lead your people into action quickly or let the energy build while they prepare for what must be done. Both approaches are appropriate at times.

“Having women in office is vital to the health of our democracy.” In Nigeria, women make up 49% of the population but only less than 10% of these women occupy elected offices. Let’s change the narrative.

We need to be intentional about involving women in political processes in Nigeria. Let there be inclusion of gender sensitive provisions in the Electoral Act. #SAGE #WomenCanLead2

“To achieve gender equality, we need to mobilize not just parliaments but populations, not only civil society but all of societies.” #SAGE #WomenCanLead2

The time has come for every stakeholder to join hands and support the elimination of all barriers that prevent women's inclusion in political and leadership positions. #WomenCanLead2 #SAGE @centrelsd @KDI_ng @ledap @ukpaidan @SBSGender @NDI

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Our Community is a strong supporter of any initiative that seeks to bring greater diversity to leadership, public life, and public debates. In particular, we are passionate about supporting women’s leadership.

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