WATCH JOSEPHINE NZEREM EXPLAIN HOW THE COUNTRY’S ECONOMY CAN BREAK EVEN THROUGH DEVELOPING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS
This Talk examines the impact developing women entrepreneurs have on the success of start-ups, their survival, business growth and practices. Josephine Nzerem is a Social Entrepreneur who was elected an Ashoka Fellow in 2002 for her innovative work in the protection of women from disinheritance and other socio-economic abuses.
In 2004, she received an award from the Junior Chambers International as the outstanding young person for the year, in the area of contribution to children, world peace and human rights. Josephine believes that women’s human rights must be recognized and upheld at all times.
In 2011, she became the Regional Director of Anglophone West Africa. In this role, she is working towards creating an Everyone A Changemaker society by inspiring various communities in Anglophone West Africa to take initiative to solve social problems. She is also inspiring the Anglophone West Africa team to embody a high standard of excellence, innovation and commitment. Josephine’s educational background spans the areas of Dramatic Arts, Public and International Affairs and Psychology.