It will be a spectacle at the 6th Women’s Social Development Network, LightHouse Women’s Conference come Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Four Points by Sheraton, Lagos from 10am to 1pm.

This year, the team is driving a diversity and inclusion agenda by having an all men speaking panel. Moderated by two leading ladies, the panel has four generation of men discussing how to support the advancement of the working woman. The organizers have particularly confirmed the presence of Managing Director of Unity Bank, Mrs. Tomi Somefun, who will be giving the keynote address at the conference. Tomi Somefun will address participants on the theme of the programme: Views from the Other Side: Women and the Career Ladder. Other speakers joining the respected banker are Obinnia Abajue, Managing Director of Hygeia HMO, Amaechi Okobi, Group Head Marketing and Communications for Access Bank, Debola Williams, Managing Director of Red media and Tafar Osisiye Author of fifty percent of a true story are billed to share their views.

Nkiru Olumide-Ojo, the principal organizer and programme initiator spoke on the event thus: “We are delighted to hear views from the other side in this edition, even more specifically to hear views from 4 different generation. We believe at the lighthouse women’s network that men are critical to the conversation of female’s development, a two-sided conversation will have a more robust outcome, the speakers have been carefully selected based on their experiences from either leading a gender diverse business, team or being part of one.”

Temitope Jemerigbe, CEO of DKK Communications and a member of the board of Trustees also speaking on the event said; “The vision of the Lighthouse Women’s network is both to support the working woman and ready the younger girls for work place. We have been deliberate with driving work place readiness and we have got specific programmes in this regard” We specifically target schools that are underserved in this regard.

“The vision of the Lighthouse Women’s network is both to support the working woman and ready the younger girls for work place’. We have been deliberate with driving work place readiness and we have got specific programmes in this regard” We specifically target schools that are underserved in this regard.

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