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Africa's 20 most powerful young women

Discussion in 'Celebrities Forum' started by lifeofmshaba, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. lifeofmshaba

    lifeofmshaba JF-Expert Member

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    New list shows 20 dynamic young African women under age 45
    This is the obvious question that follows from my blog yesterday which listed Mfonobong Nsehe's selection of Africa's most powerful men under 40.
    Nsehe has also compiled a list of 20 powerful African women under age 45.
    What do you think about this list?
    1) Ory Okolloh Kenyan. Founder, Ushahidi
    A Harvard-trained lawyer, activist and blogger, Kenyan-born Ory Okolloh spearheaded the founding of Ushahidi, a revolutionary crowd sourcing utility that enables citizen journalists and eyewitnesses all over the world to report incidences of violence through the web, mobile E-mail, SMS, and Twitter. Earlier this year, Okolloh assumed a new position as Google's policy manager for Africa, and she is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential women in global technology.
    2) Chimamanda Adichie Nigerian. Writer
    One of Africa's leading contemporary literary voices, the Award-winning Nigerian writer has been heralded as a rebirth of the African literary greats – the likes of Chinua Achebe, Camara Laye and Cyprian Ekwensi. In 2006 her second novel, Half of a Yellow Sun, won the coveted Orange Prize, and Chinua Achebe (widely regarded as the father of African literature) said of Adichie: She's "endowed with the gift of ancient storytellers…"
    3) Yolanda Cuba South African. Corporate Executive
    When Yolanda Cuba was only 29, she was appointed CEO of Mvelaphanda Group, a conglomerate listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. She stepped down last year, but still remains one of South Africa's most respected and sought-after business leaders. She serves on the boards of South African blue-chips like ABSA, Steinhoff and Life Healthcare.
    4) Ndidi Nwuneli Nigerian. Social Entrepreneur
    Ndidi founded LEAP Africa - a leading nonprofit that provides social entrepreneurs, youth and small scale business owners with leadership training and executive coaching services. She is also a co-founder of AACE Foods, a Nigerian food processor. Ndidi is a leading authority on social entrepreneurship and in 2004 was bestowed with the national honor, Member of the Federal Republic (MFR) by the Nigerian President at the time, Olusegun Obasanjo.
    5) Dambisa Moyo Zambian. Economist
    The Zambian-born economist and New York Times international best-selling author. Her most recent book is Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working. She is one of Africa's most vocal advocates for the abolition of foreign aid. In March 2011, during the annual Observance ceremony in commemoration of the Commonwealth Day in Westminster Abbey, Moyo addressed an audience of some 2,000 guests including Queen Elizabeth II and British Prime Minister David Cameron. She sits on the board of Barclays Bank, SABMiller and Lundin Petroleum.
    6) Khanyi Ndhlomo South African. Media Mogul
    One of South Africa's most respected media moguls. She owns Ndalo Media, which publishes Destiny Magazine and Destiny Man, two thriving high-end magazines that combine business and lifestyle content to cater to successful, professional, stylish and intellectually curious men and women.
    7) Phuti Malabie South African. CEO, Shanduka Group
    In 2008, the Wall Street Journal named Phuti as one of 50 women in the world to watch. In 2007, she was selected by the World Economic Forum as a Global Young Leader. Malabie currently serves as CEO of the Shanduka Group; one of South Africa's largest African black owned and managed investment holding companies.
    8) Funmi Iyanda Nigerian. Journalist & Broadcaster
    Iyanda is a multi-award-winning journalist, broadcaster and blogger. She is the host of Talk With Funmi, a popular TV show that journeys through Nigeria, from state to state, capturing people and conversations around the country. She is an African Leadership Institute Tutu Fellow and a fellow of the ASPEN Institute's African Leadership Initiative.
    9) Isis Nyongo Kenyan. Managing Director, InMobi Africa
    Isis Nyongo is the Vice President and Managing Director of InMobi, the world's largest independent mobile advertising network. Prior to her appointment earlier this year, Isis served as the Business Development Manager for Google's operation in Africa. She spearheaded mobile partnerships and played a pivotal role in the development of Google's content strategy in Africa.
    10) Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu Ethiopian. Entrepreneur
    Ethiopian-born entrepreneur was recently named the ‘African Businesswoman of the Year' by African Business Magazine, a leading pan African business magazine. She is the founder of Sole Rebels, a brand of eco-friendly shoes and sandals made in Ethiopia. She was also named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum earlier this year.
    12) Julie Gichuru Kenyan. Journalist & Broadcaster
    One of Kenya's most popular veteran journalists, with 11 years experience in broadcast, print and online media. She is currently an executive of Citizen TV, Kenya, and is a recipient of the Martin Luther King Salute to Greatness Award.
    13) Lisa Kropman, South African, Entrepreneur
    Lisa Kropman is founder of The Business Place, a group of business centers that support up-and-coming African entrepreneurs in Southern Africa.
    14) Stella Kilonzo Kenyan. Chief Executive, Capital Markets Authority, Kenya
    Since 2008 Kilonzo, a trained accountant and administrator, has served as the Chief Executive of Kenya's Capital Markets Authority.
    15) Magatte Wade Senegal. Entrepreneur
    The Senegalese entrepreneur founded Adina World Beat Beverages, a manufacturer of tea, coffee and juice beverages. The company is based in California, and boasted revenues of close to $2.5 million in 2010. Wade is a TED Global Africa Fellow.
    16) Jonitha Gugu Msibi South Africa. Senior Partner, Ernst & Young
    Gugu Msibi is a Senior Partner at Ernst & Young where she serves as the Public Sector and Government leader in Africa. She is a key adviser to several government leaders in Africa. Was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2011.
    17) June Arunga Kenyan. Entrepreneur
    In 2010, Fast Company named June Arunga as one of the 100 most creative people in business. Arunga is the founder and Chief Executive of Open Quest Media, a successful multimedia production company based in New York.
    18) Juliet Ehimuan Nigerian. Google country manager, Nigeria
    In April Nigerian-born Ehimuan was appointed as Google's country manager for Nigeria. Tough job: As head of Google's operations in Africa's largest internet-user community, she is charged with the responsibility of representing the company in all its business development projects and partnership opportunities in the region.
    19) Olga Kimani-Arara Kenyan. Google Country Manager, Kenya
    Olga serves as Google's local spokesperson in Kenya and develops strategic partnerships for the company in the region.
    20) Saran Kaba Jones Liberian. Founder, Face Africa
    A Liberian national, Saran Kaba Jones is the founder of Face Africa, a non-profit organization that provides access to clean and safe drinking water for rural communities in Liberia, using an innovative social enterprise model to fund water projects. Face Africa was launched in 2009, and has provided clean water to thousands of rural Liberians
     
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    Arafat JF-Expert Member

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    Hii habari haina ushahidi juu ya kazi za hao watu, hivyo inakuwa kama ambavyo nami naweza kusema Mke wangu ndie Mwanamke namba moja Duniani
     
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    Apollo JF-Expert Member

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    kenya naona wapo juu. Vp mama sita watamweka lini?
     
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    MTAZAMO JF-Expert Member

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    hiyo yao! Yetu Tanzania namba moja ni Neema Kiure Msusa,Partner Ernest and young also member of NBAA Governing Board.she is very young,very smart and Bright and hard worker.
     
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    NEW TANZANIA Senior Member

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    MKUU TUIPINGA KWA HOJA
    MKEO ANAFANYA KAZI GANI?
    maana hao wote wana credibility zao
     
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    NEW TANZANIA Senior Member

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    hapa kuna walakini,
    au ndio maana shilingi inatitia tu,
    wakienga kushauria IKULU kwenye mambo ya shillingi na uchumi kunakuwa na ya ziada
    kuliko lengo
    isijekuwa kawekwa hapo ili awe na kubali cha kuingia magogoni kirahi kukamilisha mambo mengi
    maana naona hauna kitu kiuchumi au ni faraja ya mzee

    [​IMG]

    haya bana mimi nilikuwepo
     
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    Msharika JF-Expert Member

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    Mbona watu wamemtumbulia macho dada wa watu. Huyo jamaa mwenye miwani na Mzungu . DU!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    AirTanzania JF-Expert Member

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    Dada Wa J Makamba je? Hii imechakachuliwa haiwezekani Mtoto wa Makamba hayupo. CCM lazima wamute Tendwa na Usalama wa Taifa waje wawasaidie
     
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    analysti JF-Expert Member

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    Amefanya nini??
     
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    NEW TANZANIA Senior Member

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    kazeeka hii ni kwa vijana under 45 yrs mkuu
     
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    NEW TANZANIA Senior Member

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    ndio maana nikasema hapa hakuna uchumi wala nini ni chakula ya mzee, hiyo issue ya uchumi ni pass ya kukutana na mzee mafichoni (strong room)
     
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    GodfreyTajiri JF-Expert Member

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    naona idadi ya wenye uhusiano na google ni kubwa.
    hii inatueleza nini kuhusu mtazamo wa watayarishaji
    wa hii orodha?

    hata hivyo hongera zao waendelee kukaza buti.
     
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    Mwakalinga Y. R Tanzanite Member

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    11) Elsie Kanza Tanzania. Economic Advisor To Tanzania’s President
    Kanza is currently an assistant and an economic advisor to Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete. She’s been selected by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader.

    Hapa hamna kitu ,huyu ndio anayemshauri shilingi inashuka thamani kila kukicha .Mfumuko wa bei ni double digit kwa sasa ambapo kiuchumu ni hatari sana.
     
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    mikatabafeki JF-Expert Member

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    kwa dizaini ya hizo criteria unadhani watu ka mary chatanda,sophia simba waingie kwenye hyo list kufanya nni?
     
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    mfianchi JF-Expert Member

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    Hapo kwente nambari 11 kuna walakini kama huyo dada ndio mshauri wa uchumi wa presidaa wetu basi hakuna kitu ,kwani sijui anashauri uchumi upi kila siku unazidi kuporomoka na sijui ni kitu gani kafanikiwa,sananu nimeona wengine wana kitu walichokifanya na kufanikiwa ndio maana wakawemo kwenye hiyo orodha asavali tumuweke Ray c bana yeye anacha kujivunia-burudani kaka
     
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    lifeofmshaba JF-Expert Member

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    mimi nimeiweka hapa baada ya kuuona huyo mshauri wa raisi kwenye top six
    yaani shillingi inatitia yeye anawekwa kwenye listi ya watu wenye power Afrika
    anatumia msharaha wake kutengeneza huu uchafu ili iweje
    TANZANIA SHILLINGI KILLER
     
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