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Have you ever secretly felt inadequate and incompetent?
That you don’t deserve recognition you’ve received?
People hold you in a certain regard and you feel it’s just a matter of time before “the truth” will eventually come out. They’ll see you aren’t nearly as accomplished as they believed.
Well, you’re not alone!
Imposter syndrome is especially common among high-achieving women.
And it’s time for us to overcome it!
The Everyday Wonderwomen series features a diverse panel of women who’ll discuss the theme of imposter syndrome and share their personal experience in recognising it and overcoming it.
The audience will also be invited to join in to share their own stories and connect with a room full of like-minded women.
Meet our panelists!
We are honoured to be joined by these amazing women…
Janet Onyango trained as a lawyer before transitioning to journalism. She worked in media monitoring at the BBC, where she also learned radio journalism at BBC Afrique. Later in her career, she dabbled in online and TV journalism.
She is currently the founder of J Communications, a consultancy that helps professionals improve their written and spoken communication skills at work. Janet is an enthusiast of fiction and she dreams of attending Africa’s literary festivals and meeting contemporary African writers.
Joelle is a writer and entrepreneur who supports businesses with writing, including blog posts, internal documents, website copy and articles. She loves the diversity of working with different clients and is excited by Nairobi’s innovation and creativity. In her free time, she enjoys reading, rock climbing, camping, and travel.
Mother, wife, passionate foodie, serial entrepreneur and founder of Greenspoon. Juliet is three years into the journey of her latest venture – Kenya’s first and only online food store specializing in locally made artisan products with 100% transparency. She is not sure how she balances work and life but it seems to happen!
Paula Rogo is the founder of Kali Media, a media company that focuses on the stories and lives of women in East Africa women. She is an award-winning Kenyan journalist-turned-entrepreneur who has worked for some of the world’s biggest media companies including Reuters, PBS Newshour and Essence Magazine.
She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Columbia University’s School of Journalism.
Date: Wednesday, 17 July
Time: 5.30 – 8:30PM
Location: Metta, 6/F Belgravia Building, 14 Riverside, Nairobi
Cost: KSh 1,000
How to register…
1. Go to M-Pesa
2. Select Lipa Na M-Pesa
3. Buy Goods Till:
4. Enter amount: KSh 1,000
5. Input your details & payment reference below
This workshop is run by designer and branding mentor, Lulu Kitololo, and business coach, Danielle Anderson, co-founders of the Afri-love Connection Club, a network for female founders in Mombasa and Nairobi.
We use our complementary expertise and experience to support other female founders, whether you’re a one woman shop or building a global empire.
We recognise that there are unique challenges that we’re all facing as women in business. Our bespoke women’s network provides a more holistic approach to business growth. A way that doesn’t compromise all the other things that are important to us, be they health, family, self-care etc.
The Afri-love Connection Club is a safe space to talk about the important stuff, co-create solutions and support each other in business, so we can all thrive and grow, both personally and professionally.
You do not need to be a member of the Club to join our event, but you do need to be a female!
If you’re unable to join us for the event, but would like to learn more about the Club and our future events, add your details here and we’ll be in touch over email soon!