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A dignifying moment for females: Women’s history month speakers

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Women's history month speakers are dignifying the presence of women business leaders all around the world. The most popular name among these speakers is Chinwe Esimai. This glorious lady has not forgotten her routes of Africa though have been educated in Hayward.  Females feel proud to see this first African appointed to a global role at Citigroup. She is currently Managing Director and Chief Anti-Bribery, Corruption Officer, overseeing a comprehensive compliance program across all of Citi’s business lines and in more than 160 countries where the company does business.


Enhancing the value of family system


The thought leadership in relation to global bribery and corruption on world platform has been putting great impact to remove corruption at ground level. Carmen Ortiz-McGhee is inspiring women to overcome their fears to achieve professional and personal success. Just like a girl in your neighbourhood, she positions herself to the next level of her career. She wants to share her story with women of all colours and elevate her profile as a fierce advocate for minority businesses and entrepreneurs. She is enhancing the value of family system that how it can turn the attitude of can’t to can do it.


A devoted mother is the best Motivational Speaker


Jennifer Freeman is a devoted mother, a redeemed daughter, and a fierce advocate for women. Born and raised in Long Beach, Jennifer is widely known for her role as Claire Kyle on the hit TV show, My Wife and Kids. She provokes her audience to establish a solid, effectual support system and get rid of destructive cycles. She says that everyone is too smart to be the victorious individual.


Alexia Vernon is explaining different verges of mind-set


Alexia Vernon is the founder and president of Step into Your Moxie. It is a certified women-owned and disability-owned business. She and her team is showing leaders how to develop the mindset and skill set to be present with the discomfort that often comes up when speaking —especially during high-stakes communication. Alexia's mission is to ensure her clients that they have the ability to walk into any room, conversation, or successful position


She has delivered transformational keynotes and programs for Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, government and educational institutions, professional associations, the United Nations, and she is a TEDxWomen speaker. Alexia has contributed to media such as CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, Entrepreneur.com, Forbes.com, Inc.com, European Business Review, and Women’s Health Magazine. The above mentioned details about Women's history month speakers must have imbibed seed of amplifying visibility.



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