She Leads Africa’s SheHive is holding a boot camp in NYC | June 2-5

SheHive NYC partners with Innov8tiv for distribution of its Social Media Graphics

Innov8tiv is a proud partner of SheHive in their New York City leg  starting June 2nd to 5th 2016.

The SheHive NYC event will bring together all the young, smart and ambitious African women living in the diaspora. The SheHive NYC will be a boot camp bringing together professionals and entrepreneurs to learn about the emerging business skills, network with other professionals and directly connect with potential mentors and investors.

The event will act as a platform to connect the professional African women with the continent. By giving them the opportunity to meet and network with other young and ambitious African women living in the United States.

List of Confirmed Speakers at the SheHive New York include

Vanessa De Luca, Editor-in-Chief, Essence

Lola Ogunnaike – former CNN presenter

Thelma Golden – Director Studio Museum Harlem

Ngozi Opara – Founder, Heat Free Hair

Asmau Ahmed – Founder, PlumPerfect; one of only 11 Black Female Founders to raise above $1 million in outside funding.

Lola Coker – co-Founder, Resource Nigeria; a recruitment firm that specializes in placing students educated abroad in Nigerian companies.

SheHive is a professionals’ networking boot camp launched late last year by She Leads Africa. SheHive will hold professional weeklong boot camps across different countries; as it helps young professionals develop their careers, business skills, and network with mentors and investors. Below are links to previous SheHive boot camps.

SheHive Lagos – Video Recap

SheHive Accra – Photo, Video Testimonial

SheHive Abuja – Teaser Video

It has so far featured on Innov8tiv, CNN, Forbes and CNBC Africa. For more information, to register, or purchase you passes go to this link.

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