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A Professional Africa, leader in professional black knowledge-sharing, is excited to host multi-business tycoon, Ms. Ndidi Anyaehie of the Designers Club Lagos, to its Lifeline Series. This will be the first webinar we hold in 2021. It will focus on how to successfully live a stress-free, prosperous and joyful 2021, encompassing your work-life, your relationship-life, your financial wellbeing, and more. The unexpected heaviness that the year 2020 brought on the world, in general, cannot carry over to 2021. We must make choices this year that cause us to transcend from worry to true joy. Ms. Anyaehie is a certified life coach and runs a wellness organization. Join us to learn how to make the decisions in every part of your life to ensure you prosper in 2021: live your dream this year. Past videos can be found on aprofessionalafrica.com/videos. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/99872875774?pwd=VEhBclFFald2MGpSSEtiQ2FxdERKZz09 Meeting ID: 998 7287 5774 Passcode: 597422 One tap mobile +16465588656,,99872875774#,,,,*597422# US (New York) +13017158592,,99872875774#,,,,*597422# US (Washington DC) Dial by your location +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) Meeting ID: 998 7287 5774 Passcode: 597422 Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/aclAPcBw1d
Perhaps one of the most important questions you can ask a Nigerian living in Nigeria is what they think about power supply in the country. The responses I have received are usually negative. Will power availability be improved in our lifetime? Possibly! Residents of Ikeja have been saying good things lately. Improvements are in part, because of the great work the chairman of NERC, Prof. Momoh, has been doing. This Wednesday Oct 28, we will hear him talk about the state of power supply in Nigeria and more: from tariff structures to metered billing and more. Join us at 6 PM WAT (Nigerian time) or 12 PM CDT at https://zoom.us/j/94035887649 or www.facebook.com/aprofessionalafrica/videos
THE POWER OF VOLUNTEERING --- FOR SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURSHIP From a young age, Urenna Onyewuchi, Ph.D. was assigned leadership positions: in secondary school, class monitor multiple times, school time prefect and then female senior prefect for the entire school; in college, secretary/ vice president/ acting president of the African Students Association and vice president of the GMU IEEE student chapter; in graduate school and afterwards, appointed general chairperson of the IEEE PES Power Africa Conference (PAC); at work, chairperson for an African-themed Black History Month event series. She has been advocating for Africa and its development for almost 20 years in the US and globally. All her leadership (and volunteer) work in academia and industry have honed several skills that are proving successful in establishing her strong startup. She will be speaking on June 3 about volunteering intentionally to hone relevant skills for entrepreneurial success. The talk is a part of the IEEE R8 “Talkspreneur” initiative: improving the success of engineering entrepreneurs in EMEA. Dr. Onyewuchi's startup, aprofessionalafrica.com, is an answer to the gaps she noticed firsthand while establishing the IEEE PAC on the African continent. Watch live on IEEE R8's FB page and our FB/Instagram page (@aprofessionalafrica). R8 speaker views often exceed 2000 from EMEA. Register at https://aprofessionalafrica.com/UserLogin/register for updates.
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