Have you been asked many times what you want to be, or do with your life, and every time, your answer has been different, or you stutter?
When it comes to deciding on what career to face, some people get it right the first time, while others find themselves twirling and spinning, until they find a rhythm.
Join us for a Facebook Live session on Friday 19th May, with Adepeju Jaiyeoba – White House Emerging Global Entrepreneur and Founder of Mother’s Delivery Kit and Brown Button Foundation. She’ll be talking extensively about finding your purpose and choosing a career path.
Adepeju will be answering individual questions during the Facebook Live, so register below and ask your questions.Join @pjlalah to discuss finding your purpose and choosing a career path on Facebook Live (19 May) Click To Tweet
Some of the topics we’ll cover
- Life after university: Your next steps
- 7 ways to finding your purpose
- Making the right professional and career decisions
Facebook Live Details:
Date: Friday 19th May 2017
Time: 1pm Lagos// 2pm Joburg// 3pm Nairobi
Watch video here:
She Leads Africa Facebook Live with Adepeju Jaiyeoba :Finding a purpose and choosing a career path (May 19).
Posted by She Leads Africa on Friday, May 19, 2017
Adepeju Jaiyeoba is the Founder of ‘ Mother’s Delivery Kit ’ social venture which provides ultra affordable sterile supplies for women to use at childbirth while also increasing access to quality healthcare services, as well as Brown Button Foundation, an NGO which trains traditional birth attendants that takes more than 55% of child delivery in Nigeria.
Although she’s a graduate of Law, she has a strong background experience in global health with the United Nations Foundation and background knowledge in Business from the University of Texas, Austin USA.
Adepeju is a White House Emerging Global Entrepreneur honoured by President Barack Obama, and has been mentioned in the 2017 100 Most inspiring Women in Nigeria, She Leads Africa’s top 10 female entrepreneur for Diaspora Demo day, 2017 ONE African Champion, 2015 YNaija top 10 most influential Nigerians under 40 (Advocacy), and an acknowledged Global Change Leader by the Coady International Institute, Canada.