Director of Research and Delivery at the Ministry of Finance in Sierra Leone and 2021 Amujae Leader, Dr. Yakama Manty Jones, explains how she overcame gender-based barriers and asserted her agency to establish herself as a woman leader.
CEO and Executive Secretary of the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund and 2021 Amujae Leader, Tejumola Abisoye, speaks candidly about how, from a young age, she has sought inspiration from pioneering women leaders like former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
2021 Amujae Leader and Founder of Safari Doctors, Umra Omar, from Kenya, explains how finding her voice enabled her to question the status quo and propelled her on her leadership journey.
Activist and Refugee Advocate Susan Grace Duku, from South Sudan, explains how she works to empower women and girls by facilitating community mobilization and encouraging their participation in all areas of public life.
Doctor, Healthcare Advocate, Author, and Speaker Dr. Adaeze Oreh discusses how she became a voice for underserved communities in Nigeria by overcoming gender bias and focusing on the bigger picture.
2021 Amujae Leader and Founding Director of Voice of Women Africa, Isata Kabia, shares her advice on overcoming the challenges that women in public leadership face.
Government Advisor, Corporate Director, and 2021 Amujae Leader Ifeyinwa Maureen Okafor encourages women to lead with confidence and discusses the impact women can have on a nation’s development once they embrace their power and make themselves heard.
Businesswoman, Politician, Activist, and 2021 Amujae Leader Telia Urey, from Liberia, shares her advice for aspiring women leaders on overcoming challenges, achieving their goals, and lifting each other up.
Tech Entrepreneur, Disability Rights Advocate, Author, and 2021 Amujae Leader Farida Bedwei discusses how she has overcome gender bias over the course of her career.