In collaboration with Moments with Bren, Women of Rubies recently hosted an invigorating IGS (Ignite, Goals, Success) Live session facilitated by Esther Ijewere and Brenda Okorogba. This transformative class delved into the power of visualization through the creation of vision boards, aimed at helping participants identify core values, set SMART goals, and take actionable steps towards their aspirations.
Clarifying Core Values and Intentions
At the heart of the session was the exploration of core values and intentions. Participants were encouraged to reflect on the guiding principles that shape their decisions and actions. Whether it’s integrity, creativity, compassion, or service, clarifying these values provided a solid foundation for aligning goals with personal beliefs.
Crafting SMART Goals
With values as a compass, participants were guided in crafting SMART goals – Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. This strategic approach ensured that goals were not only meaningful but also actionable and realistic. By setting clear objectives, participants were empowered to take deliberate steps toward their desired outcomes.
Creating Vision Boards
A highlight of the session was the hands-on activity of creating vision boards. Through a collage of images, words, and symbols, participants visualized their aspirations and dreams. From career milestones to personal growth, each element on the vision board served as a powerful reminder of the future they aim to manifest.
Daily Intentions and Reflection
As part of the ongoing journey towards their goals, participants were encouraged to set daily intentions and reflect on their actions. By consciously embodying their intentions and evaluating their progress each day, individuals gained valuable insights into their behaviours and habits, paving the way for continuous growth and self-awareness.
Embracing Creativity and Sharing Goals
Throughout the class, creativity flowed freely as participants expressed their visions through art and storytelling. The act of sharing vision boards and goals with the group fostered a sense of community and support, inspiring each other to reach greater heights.
“Justina Oguntona’s Review: I absolutely loved it! The class opened my eyes to a lot of things, starting from uncovering my intentions and creating values that align with my intended goals. It provided me with the opportunity for self-reflection, which is essential for personal growth. Additionally, I appreciated learning about the spirit of discernment, enabling me to distinguish between vision builders and vision killers. Overall, it was a truly enriching experience!”
“Helen’s Reflection: The class was truly an eye-opener for me. It has inspired me to be more deliberate in achieving my goals this year. The insights gained from uncovering my intentions, aligning values with goals, and fostering self-reflection have equipped me with the clarity and determination needed to pursue my aspirations with purpose. I am grateful for this empowering experience!”
“Funmi’s Takeaway: The class emphasized the importance of giving ourselves grace and being kind to ourselves, even as we strive to achieve our goals. This lesson resonated deeply with me, reminding me of the significance of self-care and compassion on the journey towards success. By embracing this mindset, I feel empowered to pursue my aspirations with a balanced approach, nurturing both my ambitions and well-being. It’s a powerful reminder that self-love and growth go hand in hand.”
“Ejiro Osakede’s Goal Setting Reflection: One of my key goals this year is to set intentions, make impact, and influence society positively. This class has been instrumental in helping me clarify this goal and chart a path towards its realization. By learning the importance of intentionality and reflecting on the impact I aim to make, I feel empowered to take deliberate actions that align with my values and vision for societal change. I am excited to embark on this journey of purpose and contribution, knowing that each step I take brings me closer to making a meaningful difference in the world.”
The Women of Rubies IGS Vision Board Class was a powerful reminder of the importance of visualizing one’s dreams and taking intentional action towards them. By clarifying core values, setting SMART goals, and creating vision boards, participants embarked on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment.
As we move forward, let us continue to embody our values, pursue our goals with determination, and support each other on our paths to success
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Have you ever wondered what highly successful women do on Monday mornings? Success is not created by luck, but by working hard toward reaching a specific goal. Monday morning routines set the mood for the rest of the day and the rest of the week. Here’s a list of Monday morning habits that highly successful people develop.
They Wake Up Early – Set Your Alarm For 5am
They wake up early to make sure that they have plenty of time to complete all of their tasks. Waking up early also ensures that they are not late for any of their scheduled events and they have plenty of time to take care of their personal chores before jumping into their workload.
In an interview with Oprah, Michelle Obama shared that she wakes up early to take care of herself before her day starts. “Well, I just started thinking, if I had to get up and go to work, I’d get up and go to work. If I had to get up to take care of my kids, I’d get up and do that. But when it comes to yourself, then suddenly, ‘Oh, I can’t get up at 4:30.’ So I had to change that.”
We are only allotted so much time in each day; sleeping the day away diminishes the chances of success.
They Meditate – Start With Just 5 Minutes
Monday morning meditation or prayer are great tools to envision success. It’s important to quiet the mind and let the positive energy in as soon as you wake up. If you start with meditating for 5 minutes and over time increase it to half an hour per session.
Such practices can also answer unanswered questions and lead the way to success.
Oprah meditates two times per day for 20 minutes, and she states, “I walked away feeling fuller than when I’d come in. Full of hope, a sense of contentment, and deep joy. Knowing for sure that even in the daily craziness that bombards us from every direction, there is — still — the constancy of stillness. Only from that space can you create your best work and your best life.” (HuffingtonPost)
They Get Motivated – Personal Development Is Key
Highly successful people get motivated first thing on Monday morning. They read personal development books, watch inspirational videos, listen to motivational speakers. Even 15 minutes of inspirational content on Monday morning can set up your day and your week for success
They Get Active – No You Don’t Need A Gym Membership
Highly Successful people know that getting the body active is imperative on Monday mornings and throughout the week. Exercise helps the body wake up and oxygenate; by doing so, all of the cells become active and ready for the day.
They Only Tend To Urgent E-mails
Most email accounts are bursting with emails on Monday mornings. Highly successful people have a way to tend just to urgent emails in the morning.
Going through a long list of random emails can waste a lot of time first thing in the morning. Tumblr’s David Karp shares, “I used to suck at e-mail. I’d let e-mails pile up, get overwhelmed, and miss important messages; or forget to reply. So I set up filters on my e-mail, and that’s been working pretty well. Now, my inbox gets e-mails only from people in my company and from my girlfriend.” (Inc.com)
You can set up filters in your email account just like David Karp did. Alternatively, you can get an email app for your smart phone. Apps like Boxer, Dispatch, and Hop can help you to quickly go through your email box to separate urgent and non-urgent emails.
Barakat Mohammed stands as a testament to the seamless fusion of creativity and entrepreneurship. Armed with a degree in Mass Communication and Media Technology from Lead City University, she further fortified her skills with a certification in Cosmetology and Skin Care Formulation, reflecting her innate artistic flair.
Entrepreneurial Genesis with BMVillage
Barakat embarked on her entrepreneurial journey with the establishment of Gifted Hands, an art studio, and Aishla’s Beauty Store. This venture evolved into BMVillage, a flourishing skincare line that became a primary source of income. Her commitment to making a positive impact led her to actively participate in Paged Initiative, utilizing media for advocacy purposes.
Hospitality Industry Odyssey
Drawing inspiration from her love for the Hilton brand and a destiny-driven connection, Barakat’s journey in the hospitality industry began. Starting with an internship at Hilton Abudhabi, she later worked for esteemed establishments such as Hilton Abudhabi Corniche and Nisa Wellness Retreat. These experiences not only honed her communication and analytical skills but also enriched her understanding of diverse cultures.
Navigating Art and Entrepreneurship
Balancing entrepreneurship in the beauty industry with her passion for art proved challenging for Barakat. Despite the intense focus on her skincare line and hospitality ventures, she maintains an artistic touch in all aspects of her work, acknowledging the ongoing presence of art in her life.
Impactful Volunteering with Paged Initiative
Barakat’s involvement with Paged Initiative broadened her perspective on issues related to rape, abuse, gender-based violence, and challenges faced by women and children. This experience equipped her with valuable insights for effective advocacy and community impact.
Media Communication Skills in Action
Her background in mass communication played a pivotal role in navigating various industries. From photography to design and branding, Barakat applies the skills acquired during her degree to the real world, identifying the best communication mediums at specific times.
Elevating BMVillage with Cosmetology Certification
Barakat’s certification in Cosmetology and Skin Care Product Formulation deepened her understanding of skincare ingredients and their compatibility with different skin types. This knowledge, combined with her artistic abilities, contributes to the creation of effective and visually appealing skincare products under BMVillage.
Celebrating Influential Women
Barakat pays homage to three inspiring women who have shaped her journey. Her beloved mother, Mrs. Aisha Ojone Umar, provides unwavering encouragement. Queen Amina of Zauzau inspires strength and focus, while Mrs. Roslin Ora Oguche, her grandmother, embodies selflessness and leaves a legacy of charitable deeds.
Qualities That Define Barakat as a Woman of Rubies
Barakat’s journey, personal growth, and resilience against all odds define her as a Woman of Rubies. Her ability to thrive and push forward stands as a testament to her strength and determination.
Securing media features can be a game-changer for individuals or businesses looking to boost their visibility and credibility. Crafting a compelling pitch is the first step toward grabbing the attention of journalists and editors. In this guide, we’ll explore the strategies and best practices for effectively pitching for media features.
Know Your Target Media Outlets
Understanding the media outlets you’re targeting is essential. Research their focus, audience, and the types of features they typically run. Tailor your pitch to align with the publication’s tone, style, and content preferences.
Craft a Captivating Subject Line
The subject line of your pitch is the gateway to getting noticed. Craft a concise, intriguing subject line that encapsulates the essence of your story. Make it clear why your feature is newsworthy or resonates with their readership.
Research and Personalize
Address the journalist or editor by name and reference their previous work or recent articles. Show that you’ve done your homework and understand their interests. A personalized pitch demonstrates your genuine interest in their platform.
Start with a Compelling Hook
Open your pitch with a strong hook that immediately engages the recipient. Clearly state the unique angle or story your feature offers and why it matters. Journalists are drawn to pitches that promise a fresh perspective or highlight a compelling narrative.
Clearly Outline the Value
Explain why your feature is valuable to their audience. Clearly articulate the benefits and relevance of your story. Whether it provides insights, addresses a current trend, or offers a unique perspective, emphasize what makes your feature stand out.
Showcase Your Expertise
Highlight your credentials or the unique insights you bring to the table. Journalists are more likely to feature stories from credible sources. If applicable, share any notable achievements, awards, or relevant experience that adds weight to your pitch.
Keep it Concise and Focused
Journalists receive numerous pitches daily, so keep yours concise and focused. Provide a brief yet comprehensive overview of your feature, emphasizing key points without overwhelming the reader. Make it easy for them to grasp the essence of your story quickly.
Include Supporting Materials
Enhance your pitch with supporting materials that add depth to your story. Include high-quality images, relevant statistics, or links to additional resources. Ensure all materials align with the publication’s guidelines and contribute to the overall appeal of your feature.
Pitch for Esther Ijewere, Founder of Women of Rubies:
Subject: Empowering Women Globally: A Story of Resilience and Impact
Dear [Recipient’s Name],
I hope this message finds you well. My name is [XXX], and I am reaching out to you on behalf of Women of Rubies, a dynamic organization founded by the inspirational Esther Ijewere.
Esther’s journey and the incredible work of Women of Rubies are a testament to resilience, empowerment, and the unwavering commitment to uplift women worldwide. With impactful initiatives ranging from education and media to advocacy for women’s rights, Women of Rubies is at the forefront of creating positive change.
I would love to offer you the opportunity to feature Esther Ijewere and Women of Rubies in [Publication Name]. Esther’s story, combined with the organization’s achievements, aligns seamlessly with [Publication Name]’s commitment to highlighting stories of empowerment and social impact.
Here are a few key points we can explore in the feature:
- Esther Ijewere’s inspiring journey and vision behind Women of Rubies.
- Notable initiatives and projects undertaken by Women of Rubies.
- Impactful stories of women whose lives have been transformed through the organization’s efforts.
I believe this feature would resonate strongly with your readership and contribute to the ongoing dialogue on empowerment and social change. If you are interested, I am happy to provide more information, schedule an interview, or supply additional materials.
Thank you for considering this pitch, and I look forward to the possibility of collaborating on this impactful feature.
Best regards, [Your Full Name] [Your Contact Information]
Trailblazing Philanthropy: Unveiling Oprah Winfrey’s Impactful Initiatives
Pitch for Oprah Winfrey:
Subject: Trailblazing Philanthropy: Unveiling Oprah Winfrey’s Impactful Initiatives
Dear [Recipient’s Name],
I hope this message finds you in good health. My name is [XXX], and I am reaching out to you with a compelling story that I believe aligns seamlessly with [Publication Name]’s commitment to showcasing influential figures making a positive impact.
Oprah Winfrey, a global icon and trailblazer in media and philanthropy, continues to inspire millions with her unwavering dedication to creating positive change. I am eager to propose a feature that delves into Oprah’s philanthropic endeavors, shedding light on the transformative initiatives that have made a profound impact on communities worldwide.
Key points we can explore in this feature include:
- Oprah Winfrey’s journey from media mogul to influential philanthropist.
- Insightful details on Oprah’s notable philanthropic initiatives and organizations.
- Personal stories of individuals whose lives have been positively influenced by Oprah’s philanthropy.
I believe a feature on Oprah Winfrey’s philanthropic legacy would be of great interest to [Publication Name]’s audience, adding a unique and impactful narrative to your esteemed publication.
If this proposal aligns with your editorial vision, I am happy to provide additional information, arrange an interview, or share supporting materials.
Thank you for considering this pitch, and I look forward to the possibility of collaborating on this compelling feature.
Best regards, [Your Full Name] [Your Contact Information]
Pitching for media features requires a strategic approach and a deep understanding of your target publications. By crafting personalized, attention-grabbing pitches and clearly showcasing the value of your story, you increase the likelihood of securing media features that can significantly impact your visibility and credibility. Remember, each pitch is an opportunity to tell a compelling story and make a lasting impression on the media landscape. Good luck!
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Navigating the dynamic landscape of personal and professional growth, the Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp emerges as a powerful force for empowerment. The reverberations of enlightening sessions, expert guidance, and transformative conversations endure, and we’re thrilled to announce that the long-awaited BootCamp recording is now available!
What to Expect:
Relive the Insights: The recording encapsulates the essence of the empowering BootCamp, featuring expert insights from industry leaders; Sola Adesakin, Esther Ijewere, Mayowa Adegoke, Adeola Osideko and Funmi Ajala on building a strong online presence, crafting a personal brand for leadership, shaping narratives, leveraging financial literacy, mastering public speaking, content creation, brand sustainability, and intentional visibility.
Diverse Perspectives: Join the Fireside Chats where Chinaza Favour, Wendy Nwajiufor, Azeezat Adejare, and Rinret Gofwan discuss content creation, building sustainable brands, and intentional visibility. Gain diverse perspectives to enhance your personal and professional journey.
Why Grab Your Copy:
- On-Demand Learning: Access the invaluable sessions at your convenience. Whether you missed a masterclass or want to revisit a favorite, the recording puts the knowledge in your hands.
- Practical Strategies: Each session is packed with actionable strategies that can immediately elevate your media visibility and professional impact.
- Diverse Insights: Benefit from a diverse range of topics and speakers, ensuring a holistic approach to your personal and professional development.
- Invest in Yourself: Your personal and professional growth is an investment. The Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp recording is a valuable resource that continues to provide returns on your commitment to self-improvement.
How to Access
Visit our Selar page and unlock a treasure trove of knowledge and wisdom from industry experts. Your journey to enhanced media visibility and success starts with a click!
Don’t miss this opportunity to empower yourself. Grab your copy of the Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp recording today and step into a future of limitless possibilities!
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Maryam Muritala is a foreign-trained lawyer whose expertise extends from Business and Technology to Copyright, Trademark Law, and Contract Management. As a seasoned Business Development Consultant, Maryam has successfully guided entrepreneurs across five continents, establishing herself as a driving force in the business world. In this exclusive interview with Esther Ijewere, Maryam shares her inspiring journey from Lagos, Nigeria, to becoming the founder of Canada Vendors and the visionary behind the renowned Brand Expo.
Born and raised in Lagos, Maryam’s entrepreneurial roots run deep, shaped by the influence of both her maternal and paternal grandparents. Inspired by her family’s commitment to service, Maryam’s journey into law was further fueled by her aunt’s encouragement. Her childhood laid the foundation for a life dedicated to building connections and providing opportunities.
Called to the Nigerian Bar in 2008, Maryam initially delved into corporate law, working on diverse projects involving contract agreements. Her pivot to business development was a strategic move, opening doors to a realm where she could blend legal expertise with entrepreneurial vision.
Canada Vendors and Navigating Challenges
Witnessing the evolution of the digital marketing space post-COVID-19, Maryam founded Canada Vendors to empower businesses with structured online visibility. The challenges faced, from business registration hurdles to integrating digital marketing, prompted the Canada Vendors Team to host virtual info-session events, offering crucial support during the pandemic.
Brand Expo and its Purpose
Brand Expo, an annual business networking event initiated by Maryam, serves as a platform for businesses to showcase products, services, and brand image. More than a networking opportunity, the expo facilitates workshops, exhibitions, presentations, and networking events, fostering brand awareness, visibility, and valuable business connections.
The Entrepreneurial Journey
Against the backdrop of the pandemic’s impact on small businesses, Maryam launched ‘The Entrepreneurial Journey,’ a YouTube mini-series spotlighting the Canadian small business community. Emphasizing the benefits of technology integration and digital marketing, the series aimed to empower businesses with the tools for growth in the digital landscape.
Being a Woman of Rubies
For Maryam, being a Woman of Rubies means creating opportunities wherever she goes, wearing her crown proudly and tall. Her unique ability to seize opportunities aligns with the essence of resilience and strength that defines a Woman of Rubies.
Michelle Obama, Ibukun Awosika, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg stand as women who inspire Maryam on her journey, reflecting values of leadership, empowerment, and advocacy.
Nigerian Community in Canada
Maryam acknowledges the significant contributions of the Nigerian community to Canada‘s vibrant multicultural society. From business and politics to healthcare and technology, Nigerian trailblazers continue to positively impact various sectors, embodying the spirit of excellence in diverse communities.
Maryam Muritala’s journey is a testament to the transformative power of combining legal expertise with a passion for entrepreneurship. Her commitment to empowering others, evident in initiatives like Canada Vendors and Brand Expo, showcases the potential for positive change within the business landscape. As a Woman of Rubies, Maryam stands as an inspiration, embodying resilience, vision, and a dedication to creating opportunities in every endeavour.
The Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp 2.0 transcended digital boundaries, hosted on Zoom on the 9th and 10th of December, 2023. This groundbreaking event featured an impressive lineup of speakers and panellists who shared their expertise on personal branding, financial empowerment, media navigation, mental health, and more. This edition brought together industry leaders like Toun Okewale ( Co-founder, WFM917), thought experts, and dynamic speakers for two days of transformative learning.
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Unlocking Key Insights:
Day 1 – Building the Foundation: The journey kicked off with Esther Ijewere’s profound insights into establishing a robust online presence, setting the stage for Adeola Osideko’s exploration of crafting a personal brand tailored for leadership in the digital era. Participants were captivated as these luminaries shared their wealth of knowledge and experience.
Day 2 – Diving into Expertise: The second day unfolded with a series of Fireside Chats that delved into diverse topics. Chinaza Favour, Wendy Nwajiufor, Azeezat Adejare, and Rinret Gofwan illuminated the audience with discussions on content creation, building sustainable brands, and intentional visibility.
Additionally, the day featured expert masterclasses from Funmi Ajala, exploring the art of shaping narratives and driving change, Sola Adesakin, uncovering the power of leveraging financial literacy for enhanced media visibility, and Mayowa Adegoke, providing invaluable tips for mastering the vital skill of public speaking.
Why Acquiring the Recording is a Must:
- Expert Guidance: Access the insights of industry leaders and experts who have mastered the intricacies of online presence, personal branding, and strategic communication.
- Practical Strategies: Each session offers actionable strategies ready for immediate implementation, empowering participants to elevate their media visibility.
- Diverse Perspectives: Benefit from a diverse range of topics and speakers, ensuring a holistic approach to personal and professional development.
- Invest in Yourself: The Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp recording is an enduring resource, offering continual returns on the commitment to personal and professional growth.
Participants expressed their satisfaction with the event, praising the diverse range of topics covered and the high-quality insights shared by the esteemed speakers. The Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp left attendees equipped with actionable strategies to enhance their personal and professional lives.
As we reflect on the success of the second edition, the Women of Rubies team extends gratitude to all participants, speakers, and partners who contributed to making this event a beacon of empowerment. For further inquiries or to share your experience, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s to empowerment, success, and the unwavering pursuit of visibility!
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Law of attraction is one of the easiest ways to manifest good connections. Ever wondered why some people are just loved and admired? If you want to radiate in that kind of energy then this article is for you.
If you are looking for a long-term partner, job, or more friends, you will have to make them attracted to you. Here are the 8 simple ways to make people attracted to you without turning them off.
1. Be Confident, But Not Arrogant – Major Law of Attraction
First, it is important that you are confident about yourself. Being proud of who you are and liking your characteristics is one of the keys to make people like you. This also includes being sociable, being able to go along with the conversation and being smart when talking. Confidence is attractive, but you have to remember not to be conceited or arrogant as you might only push people away from you.
2.Sense of Humor
People who are funny are known to be intelligent and sociable. Most people are looking for this characteristic when searching for romance or friends. Even if someone is not interested in you, you can grab their attention by making them laugh.
3. Ask Deep Questions
Cut the unnecessary conversations and start asking them deeper questions. This can make them personally connected to you and you can tell them something deep as well.
4. Don’t Forget to Smile
You can easily make someone comfortable talking or having long conversations with you when you smile often. Of course, smiling is the easiest way to tell other people, “hey, don’t hesitate to talk to me, I’m friendly.”
5. Eye Contact
Making eye contact to a person makes you appear to be dominant and confident. This also makes you appear clever. You can also pair it with a strong handshake and you would totally nail it!
When trying to make people attracted to you, it is important that you give attention to how you dress. Most people give definition to the clothes a person wears. It can be a definition associated to success or personality so if you want to make people notice you or attracted to you, make sure that you dress well.
7. Have Many People Around You
People who are in groups tend to be more attractive. This is because it shows you that you are sociable and you can easily connect to other people. Having many people around you makes you look more attractive.
Try this magical law of attraction to build your confidence, and let us know how it goes in the comment.
About the Writer
Esther ijewere Is a multi-award winning Social Activist, Journalist, Writer, Best-selling Author, Host of the Youtube syndicated show; #GettalkingwithEsther and a certified PR expert with over 10 years of experience. Esther has spotlighted over 1000 women across the globe, Interviewed First ladies, A-list celebrities and giants of different industries. She is the Editor-In-Chief of Women of Rubies, and other development initiatives recognized globally. Follow her on Linkedin, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Welcome to the Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp! Media visibility has become a vital asset for women across diverse fields in an age where information travels at the speed of light. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of the transformative boot camp and introduce the impressive lineup of speakers for Day One.
Media visibility is more than just a buzzword; it’s a potent tool that empowers women to amplify their voices, share their stories, and inspire change. Let’s explore how media visibility can impact women’s lives profoundly.
Adeola Osideko’s expertise in media visibility makes her a valuable resource for women in the field. Her experience in journalism and communications enables her to navigate the dynamic world of media effectively.
On Day One of the BootCamp, Adeola will reveal the secrets of media visibility through personal development, providing a step-by-step guide to achieving success. She will share practical strategies to help women in various fields increase their visibility, share their stories, and become influential voices in their respective domains.
Adeola’s sessions cover personal branding, storytelling, and digital platforms. Attendees will gain actionable insights to elevate their media game through interactive discussions and real-world examples.
Don’t miss Adeola Osideko’s media expertise, whether you’re starting or a seasoned pro.
Our journey through Day One of the Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp wouldn’t be complete without introducing Esther Ijewere, founder and convener of Women of Rubies Media Visibility Bootcamp.
Esther Ijewere is a prominent figure in media visibility, and her profile is a testament to her unyielding dedication to empowering women through media. With a background rooted in journalism and social activism, Esther has championed numerous causes and created waves of change through her work.
Esther has achieved a lot in promoting women’s voices and gender equality through media campaigns, earning her accolades and inspiring others.
Esther Ijewere will discuss the power of storytelling on Day One of the BootCamp. Attendees will learn to craft narratives that resonate and connect with their audience, bringing about positive change through the media.
Esther’s contributions to the BootCamp promise to be transformative. Her ability to blend storytelling with advocacy is a skill that every aspiring media influencer should cultivate. Prepare to be enthralled and educated as Esther Ijewere takes the stage on Day One.
3. Rukayat Alabi
Rukayat Alabi, widely known as “Ruky,” is a beacon of inspiration in the realms of entrepreneurship and career coaching. Transitioning from a seasoned Banking and Tech Professional, she has become a celebrated serial entrepreneur as the founder and CEO of RKY Group of Companies. Through RKY Careers, RKY Digital Solutions, and RKY Consulting Services Ltd, Ruky passionately guides immigrants in navigating the job market, helping them secure dream positions and excel in their careers—an extraordinary journey worth celebrating.
4. Sally Suleiman
Sally Suleiman, an extraordinary humanitarian, strategist, writer, and media personality, lends her voice to the voiceless, both online and offline. As the founder of The Isolycia Foundation, she focuses on providing education to underprivileged children, impacting lives through her educational outreach. With over a decade of experience in the oil and gas industry and media, Sally excels in brand management, project management, sales, marketing, administration, customer service, company development, and content production. Her purpose-driven mindset and commitment to excellence make her a valuable asset to any team and organization.
As we wrap up our journey through the Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp’s Day One speakers, it’s evident that this event is poised to be a transformative experience for all participants.
The Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp isn’t just an event; it’s an opportunity for women from diverse backgrounds to amplify their voices, share their stories, and make a lasting impact in the media world. It’s a platform where empowerment and transformation are the order of the day.
Join Women of Rubies Media Visibility BootCamp to make your voice count in the media industry. We look forward to seeing you at the BootCamp.