High profile speakers set to address London Pre-Women Economic Forum


High profile motivational and inspirational speakers will address the London Pre-Women Economic Forum: Road to India for WEF2016.

The event organised by The Justina Mutale Foundation & The Universal Peace Federation will be held on 29th January 2016 from 8:00 am at 43 Lancaster Gate, London, Greater London W2.

The speakers and delegates will deliberate on the 28 tracks of the WEF 2016 Global Forum, which include business, technology, entrepreneurship, industry, health, travel, spirituality, peace, diplomacy, security, conflict resolution, leadership, innovation, research, etc.

The leading sessions will be on Entrepreneurship, Start-ups, Innovation, and Women’s Leadership.

Participants will listen to powerful and empowering personal stories featuring young women's voices.

Dr Harbeen Arora
Dr Harbeen Arora, Founder & Global Chairperson of the Women Economic Forum & ALL Ladies League will deliver the Keynote Address

They’ll also receive tips on how to overcome obstacles to leadership; how to influence people and speak like a leader in the 21st century and how to succeed in a competitive environment as a male or female leader.

Dr Harbeen Arora, Founder & Global Chairperson of the Women Economic Forum & ALL Ladies League, who will be visiting London from India, will deliver the Keynote Address.

The other distinghuished speakers who will join Dr Arora at the London Summit are: Justina Mutale, Founder & President, Justina Mutale Foundation for Leadership; Dr Yvonne Thompson CBE, Author "7 Traits Of Highly Successful Women On Boards”; Perez Ochieng’, Founder & CEO of Sahara Communities Abroad (Sacoma); Nathaniel Peat, Multiple Award Winning Social Entrepreneur; Marime Jamme, Technoligist and Social Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Africa Gathering and Robin Marsh, Secretary-General, Universal Peace Federation.

The London Summit will also be addressed by Ambassador Jackline Yonga, Deputy High Commissioner of the Republic of Kenya to the United Kingdom; Professor Chris Imofidon, Adviser to Governments & Business Leaders, and Chair, Excellence in Education; Kate Anolue, Founder & President, Forum for African, Asian & Afro-Caribbean Women in Politics (FWAP); and former Mayor of the London Borough of Enfield; Paul Lawrence, Founder & Principal Consultant, LSTC (The Life Skills Training Consultancy) and Vice President of Development at 100 Black Men; Sherry Dixon, Media & PR Guru, Founder & CEO of Women on the Crossroad, Life Coach and Mentor, and many others.

The 2016 Global Women Economic Forum (WEF2016) will be held in India in May.

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