Filippo ioco’sPink London 2014

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LONDON: Looking forward to an interesting and fruitful meeting with Comic Relief this afternoon. Thereafter, as Special Guest at the star-studded London Launch Party for Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October 2014) hosted by iocoBenefits, in association with renowned UK breast cancer charity, the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Tonight at trendy London venue, Gilgamesh, Camden. Looking forward to partying with some of my team from Positive Runway: Global Catwalk to Stop the SpreadJulius Reuben, Andella Matthews, Pily Mirazi and the others. iocoBenefits brings awareness/funds to charitable organizations through bodypainting and fine art. Visit: www.iocoBenefits.com
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Source: Justina Mutale

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SHERRY DIXON, PANEL SPEAKER AFRICA RISING: THE ROLE OF THE DIASPORA AFRICAN WOMAN, THURSDAY 2 OCTOBER 2014

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Sherry Dixon will be a Panel Speaker at our Conference with United Nations Envoy to Africa and South African Superstar, Yvonne Chaka Chaka on “AFRICA RISING: THE ROLE OF THE DIASPORA AFRICAN WOMAN”. The Conference will be hosted by The Rt. Hon. Baroness Velma at the House of Lords, Westminster Houses of Parliament, London. Thursday 2nd October 2014.
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Sherry is an Inspirational & Motivational Speaker; a Life Coach and Mentor. She is the Founder & CEO of Women On The Crossroads, a motivational website for women. Sherry is also the Founder & CEO of Sherry Dixon Consultancy, a Marketing and PR company. A renowned journalist, Sherry Dixon has over forty years’ experience in media and publicity. She was the Editor of Pride Magazine and SHE Caribbean. Her editorials and radio shows include celebrities such as Dr. Maya Angelou, Nelson Mandela, Barry White, Luther Vandross, Pam Grier, Nia Long, Toni Morrison and many more. Sherry has written for several publications including The Guardian, Sunday Observer, The Times and The Voice. She has also done numerous televisions and radio shows helping to dispel the myths surrounding the health, lifestyle and beauty of women of colour. To attend the Conference and get the full story register here: http://diasporawomensconference.wordpress.com/registration/

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AFRICA RISING: THE ROLE OF THE DIASPORA AFRICAN WOMAN, THURSDAY 2 OCTOBER 2014

LONDON: Delighted that United Nations Envoy to Africa, YVONNE CHAKA CHAKA, who is our very own Princess of Africa, South African Superstar and Legendary Singer will be a Keynote Speaker at our Conference on “AFRICA RISING: THE ROLE OF THE DIASPORA AFRICAN WOMAN” which will be hosted by the Rt. Hon. Baroness Velma, Under Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change. The Conference will be held at the House of Lords, Westminster Houses of Parliament, London SW1A 0AA. Meet the team and our distinguished Speakers on this flyer.
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Also visit:
www.diasporawomensconference.wordpress.com

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Source: Jusina Mutale
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Justina Mutale, founder of Miss Zambia UK Beauty Pageant and CEO of Perryfield Promotions has won the 2010 Women in Enterprise Award

Source: UK Zambians

The inaugural Awards ceremony will honor high achieving women of African descent to recognise ten exceptional women in journalism, public relations, recruitment, television, fashion and social development who have transformed their ideas into successful businesses. The Women in Enterprise Award will also honor women who have started a new business or project, grown a new business or managed to trade locally, nationally & internationally

On accepting the Award, Justina said,

“Through out all my work, from the moment I started, I knew I wanted to empower and encourage women to realise we can benefit the world more than being loving, caring mothers and great role models for our daughters, but maybe this is why I started my ventures, to teach my daughters how to care for the world and in turn I am overjoyed to see my message has far outreached its initial audience. I need to thank all those who have given me the time to flourish and the strength and support through out these demanding years, without you and your prayers, my dream would not have become a reality and I would not be here accepting this prestigious Award to celebrate Women in Enterprise Week and International Entrepreneurship Day!”

Read the full story on UK Zambians.

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