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Maximising Africa’s Potentials-The Diversity & Inclusion Narrative
May 21, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Episode 6 – TalkActive – Leading Conversations is a webinar streamed Live on YouTube, featuring guests/panelists, who share their perspectives on issues impacting business and leadership brands.
Join your host, Toluwani Akaehomen on this episode of our Post-Covid19 series featuring Lalini Veerassamy & Professor Adesoji Adesugba.
Host – Toluwani Akaehomen | Ireland
@toluakaehomen https://www.linkedin.com/in/toluwani-akaehomen/ instagram – @thetoluwaniakaehomen Twitter-@toluakaehomen
Toluwani Akaehomen is a High Performance Strategist, Leadership & People Development Consultant, a Business & Personal Transformation Coach and author. She is also a seasoned broadcaster and inspirational keynote speaker. She has over 10 years experience working across sectors to support talent growth, leadership development, communication effectiveness, employee engagement and learning, professional development and enhanced performance. She was recently named one of 145 Inspiring Women Leaders 2020.
Panelist – Owoade Yusuff | Nigeria
Owoade Yussuff is a Talent Acquisition and Human Resource professional. With industry experience in Oil & Gas and FMCG sectors across Dubai, Malaysia and Nigeria. Her ultimate life goal is to be a voice for the underrepresented and to create awareness on equality in the society.
Panelist – Joseph Maniragena| South Africa
Joseph Eliabson Maniragena is the Partnership and Liaison Officer at African Monitor (AM),
a Pan-African Organisation founded by the Archbishop Njongo Ndungane (Emeritus Archbishop
Cape Town) to monitor development resource commitments, delivery and impact on the grassroots,
and to bring strong additional African voices to the development agenda.
Joseph is a Youth Development Activist, a Social Entrepreneur, and is passionate about migration and social cohesion issues. He holds a Masters degree in Public Management from Cape Pininsula University of
Technology (CPUT) in Cape Town.
At AM, Joseph coordinates country teams that are implementing the #theCitizenReport, a youth
campaign in 10 African countries that empowers young people to contribute to the implementation of
He founded a youth association for environmental protection (AJEPROC) which created more
than 35 youth environmental clubs in high schools/Rwanda,-those clubs have planted more than
35000 trees in the Western Province- Rwanda.
Joseph is also the founder of a youth organisation called Crystal Horizons Youth Centre (CHYC).
The organisation strives to mobilise, motivate, engage and mentor young people to play a significant
role in addressing some of the challenges facing their communities.
Prior to joining AM, Joseph was the Programmes Manager at the Agency for Refugee Education Skills
Training and Advocacy (ARESTA) in Cape Town.