House of Ganiyah partners First Bank, Wfm to launch She-EO Lagos

House of Ganiyah, an independent non-partisan organization, is set to unveil the Lagos edition of its talk-show style experience, She-EO. The event tkes place on January 13 at the Clear Essence California Spa and Wellness Resort.

The first edition took place in Maryland USA on August, 19 2017.

Pioneer of the idea, Tope Fajingbesi, said that the goal of ‘She-EO’ is to provide safe platforms for women to retreat and discuss issues related to personal growth and community engagement. Tope says that this event is especially for women who wish to break barriers, who have the potential to be change agents in their families, organizations and communities and who are passionate about leaving a better world for future generations

A Hot Seat guest and sponsor of the She-EO event, Toun Okewale, the CEO of WFM 91.7, said She-EO is breaking barriers by having no-holds barred discussions about issues that are “taboo” topics in many cultures and communities.

Another Hot Seat guest and sponsor, Bashirat Odunewu, Group Executive, First Bank of Nigeria Plc, described She-EO as a soul inspiring and life transforming experience for purpose-driven women.

Other expected hot seat guests include Bolanle Shobowale, Head of Customer Experience, Stanbic IBTC, Genevieve Mbama; Director, Oracle Insight EMEA, and Mo Abudu; CEO EbonyLife Television.

Fajingbesi is a Nigerian-American financial management consultant, speaker and the author of Amazon bestselling novel, Love in Cancun. She created and hosts Impact Africa, a radio program that inspires listeners to participate actively in African development through entrepreneurship. She also invests her time into providing education, healthcare and social welfare initiatives for children from low-income families through United for Kids Foundation, an organisation she co-founded in 2002 and which she continues to serve as its Executive Director/Coordinating Trustee (Pro-Bono).

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