Women, Tech, and Global Good - Meet the founders of Women in International Affairs Network

Updated: Aug 23







Learn about the process and the purpose behind the creation of WIAN, and 🎧 tune in on some insights about their UPCOMING #virtualconferenceevent on July 3rd, 2021 (3pm-6.30pm BST) , 'WOMEN, TECH, and the GLOBAL GOOD', featuring speakers from IBM , Seidea CIC, #Deloitte and #UnitedNations.


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This podcast is a part of RE: Project's "Meet the Founders" interview with the founders of WIAN | The Women in International Affairs Network, Amandla Uzoka-Jarrett & Demiladé Falola-Apooyin.


About Amandla:

Balancing a career as a Freelance #Consultant and Social Entrepreneur, she is professionally experienced in business plan writing, pitch deck development, project management, and impact reporting.


About Demiladé:

As an international trade and development specialist with a background in law, diplomacy and human rights, her expertise are sustainability, corporate responsibility, ethical business, social rights and inclusion, with a keen interest in modern slavery and sustainable supply chains.



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