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Pamela Evbota CONTRIBUTING WRITER IN NIGERIA


Pamela Evbota is a certified helpingpreneur and chief helping officer of ladiesnetworking. She is dedicated to helping aspiring busi- ness women discover their reason for being. Pamela believes that our life pur-pose is of- ten wrapped in our dreams and passions. she says “when we start a business based on our life purpose we are bound to suc- ceed. my lifes purpose is to be of service to people through my writing, speaking and teaching and I am fulfilled doing this”


Tina Yuliani Ayuningsih CONTRIBUTING WRITER IN INDONESIA


Tina lives in Central Java, Indonesia and is Founder of Rumah Pintar Kembar, a com- pany that helps people learn IT skills and English language. She loves teaching, build- ing websites and in 2008, Tina was award- ed Ganesha Prize by her campus, Insitut Teknologi Bandung.


Memory Nontobeko Mzilethi HEAD OF PR & COMMUNICATION


Memory is a seasoned Public Relations and Communications practitioner with more than 10 years experience in writing and editing, event management, and marketing. She is a self-motivated, enthusiastic individual who is always seeking new challenges and never tires of applying her mind to new opportuni- ties. Formally employed as a Communica- tions Specialist at an organisation that as- sists debt-stressed consumers, Memory is also the owner of Solitaire Communications, a young and vibrant niche PR company with strengths in writing and editing, communi- cations and event management.


Memory is passionate about women’s is- sue and looks forward to putting Inspira- tional Woman Magazine in the spotlight as the only women’s publication that is also a


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global platform upon which all the awesome and diverse women of the world can come together with one voice and unite for the betterment of the world in which we all re- side.


Annett Blechstein INSPIRATIONAL FINANCIAL ADVISER


Annett is our inspirational financial adviser, she has 25 years experience in the bank- ing field. For the last 18 years she worked as a Private Banker for several internation- al banks in Hong Kong. As Head of Private Banking Asia for Standard Bank, she built a Private Banking infrastructure from scratch, hiring and managing groups


of Private


Banking Marketing professionals across the region.


Early on in her career, Annett realized that her true passion and talent lay in listening to people and empowering them to become happy and more successful in their lives and work. The coaching environment gives An- nett the platform to bring this talent and passion to life. As a coach she listens to her clients and acts as a sounding board while guiding them to uncover their own power. Experience has shown that this is often suf- ficient for the client to take the next mean- ingful step in their life and career.


Annett now combines her passion and knowledge of coaching with her long finan- cial experience, in conducting financial edu- cation seminars targeted towards women (however, men are also welcome). The seminars serve to demystify the financial world and empower women to make their own financial decisions.


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