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To my fel­low women in the busi­ness and cor­po­rate world, I will say it is very much pos­si­ble to achieve even higher re­sults."

She says her mar­ket­ing back­ground helped her to pack­age her com­mu­ni­ca­tions with her male coun­ter­parts in a way that would be palat­able to them and bring busi­ness re­sults.

Ego Un­der­stand­ing that at the cen­tre of ev­ery man is some­thing called ego and also googling the male and fe­male brains has helped me a lot in ad­dress­ing busi­ness im­per­a­tives which are largely male dom­i­nated. Un­der­stand­ing your­self as a wo­man is also key be­cause the at­ten­tion to de­tail and how we con­nect ev­ery­thing makes us very good project man­agers as women and be­lieve it or not ev­ery­thing we do in the work place is a project be­cause it has a start and fin­ish time­line.

She is a St Michael's Schools' prod­uct and holds a master’s in lead­er­ship and change man­age­ment from Leeds Met­ro­pol­i­tan Univer­sity which she ob­tained in 2010. Not sated by knowl­edge, she went on to ob­tain a Di­ploma in Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions Man­age­ment S t udi e s t hr ough t he Com­mon­wealth Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions As­so­ci­a­tion.

She ini­tially pur­sued her Bach­e­lor of Com­merce De­gree ma­jor­ing in mar­ket­ing in 1997 which she passed with a 2:1 score. She had also passed her Di­ploma in Com­merce with a dis­tinc­tion. Sev­eral

She has held sev­eral board lead­er­ship po­si­tions such as Chair­man­ship at SNTC for a few years a well as Save the Chil­dren.

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