- International speakers lined up for the summit
- Leadership skills set to be shared with local women leaders
PREPARATIONS for Zimbabwe’s first top executive women summit dubbed Boss Babe are at an advanced stage, with both international and local speakers having confirmed their attendance.
Speaking to Zim Morning Post, the organiser of the summit, Rutendo Mudzamiri of Girlo Therapy said the summit which is scheduled for March 11-12, 2020 had so far subscribed more than 200 top executive women leaders.
“Preparations for the summit are now at an advanced stage since we started last year, and more than 200 women leaders have subscribed to attend the summit. We have top business leaders from all over the world who are going to speak and share their experiences in those two days as a way to inspire our young women to be innovators, go getters and committed to their work,” Mudzamiri said.
She said through its theme Win Thrive and Lead, the summit would help women from various sectors to push for excellence and motivate them to always take up leadership positions.
“Through international and local speakers who are coming, we are set to see leadership transformation among women in Zimbabwe. We intend to nurture ourselves and make Boss Babe an international brand,” Mudzamiri added.
She said the summit would be graced by two international speakers, Ivy McGregor and Nancy Speidel, both who have experience in leading some of the world’s most renowned organisations.
The summit will also see some of local business leaders sharing their journey and experiences to success.
Local speakers set to attend include Lance Mambondiani the Managing, director of Bank ABC and chief executive of ABC Holdings; Mukami Kariuki the country manager of the World Bank Group; Natalie Jabangwe, the EcoCash chief executive and media mogul Trevor Ncube.
Tsitsi Mutendi, founder of Africa is Rising Summits, is also expected to attend.
Mudzamiri said the 2020 Boss Babe Summit would offer transformative sessions that propel women’s wholeness in areas such as business, health, mind, spirit, and physique.
She said the summit would also offer a unique experience that would leave women refreshed mentally, more connected and committed to working on personal wholeness that would go a long way in imparting positive leadership and confidence.