“What we teach becomes the foundation or pillar in the student’s life.”
“I have sent more than 2500 people abroad for their higher education studies.”
“When I am propelled to motivate the many lives around me with my mentoring services and I see those thousands of students smile at me, I believe that is success.”
In this edition of our ongoing column, we’re focusing on female entrepreneurs who are making positive changes, big and small.
“My first goal for myself and The Way Women Work is to accelerate the careers and businesses of 100,000 women in emerging economies.”
“I don’t come to work- I live my passion, which I cherish every day.”
“It was our desire to create a space that people could visit for clean, healthy and hygienic nail care services.”
“Success is not black or white. I view it as a life long journey focused on feeding my happiness, and ability to give back to the greater good.”
“I define success as making a difference in chemical policy in this country, as well as changing lives through our education, products and business opportunity.”
Good news for the over 2.2 million female veterans living in the United States.
“Successful people are those who understand their role on this earth and use that knowledge to craft a life and career for themselves where their minds and hearts are in sync with their daily routine and bank accounts.”
More than 1,500 Nigerian women will receive training thanks to a new effort by the Youth for Technology Foundation.
“My aim is to make people aware of the beauty and necessity of cultural diversity.”
“Being a mom of a preschooler gives me insight into how kids are using technology in their lives, and how important it is to have quality content that supports their development.”
As a person with a physical disability growing up in Ghana, I am a victim and a survivor. I was fortunate to have parents who understood the value of education.