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21.08.2019 Social News

Women at the Well empathise on how to Turn your Scars to Stars

Women at the Well  empathise on how to Turn your Scars to Stars
AUG 21, 2019 SOCIAL NEWS

Women At The Well ([email protected]) is a UK based charitable organisation that proactively provides services for the engagement and advancement of women in all spheres of life.

The organisation addresses women fears and scars from past or present situations by using those situations to create a positive future.

[email protected] enables and energises women in every facet of life, be it business, health, marriage or education.

The organisation's view to generate and share fresh insight and knowledge enables them to collaborate, connect and amplify the voices of their members to have an impact in their communities.

[email protected] will be organising an event “Endless Possibilities Networking Event” on 5th of October 2019, from 3pm to 9pm at The Executive Suit, Dugdale Centre in Enfield, London.

The event will be discussing topics on how to turn life challenges, failures and setbacks into motivational tools for success.

‘Endless Possibilities Event’ will host speakers such as:

Dr. Anna Asha, (Executive Director of
INGO AAIF (African Ambassadors Interactive Forum)),

Abi Ola-‘Siyan (Chair of Accord Consult),
Jessica Edmund (Founder of Women At The Well Global Movement),

Elizabeth Amoaa (Founder of Speciallady Awareness) and more….

Women at The Well was founded by Jessica Edmund, an Author, Counselor and Pastor.

Unique in its focus, Women At The Well develop those who come in contact with them to be leaders, role models and champions in family life, careers, businesses and the society.

Women could be helped through inspirational events, engaging aspiring entrepreneurs, family rehabilitation, support for domestic violence victims, parental skills classes, Home and School connections, counselling and mentoring.

Going through life challenges and setbacks must not define you, rather they must serve as a purpose for you to make a positive impact.

Elizabeth Amoaa, founder of Speciallady Awareness has been using her challenging health journey as an inspiration to empower other women and young girls who are suffering from gynaecological conditions.

She recently joined Women At The Well ([email protected]) organisation to embark on a journey by inspiring others through her life experiences and will be a speaker at their upcoming event.

This event will be an opportunity for [email protected] to showcase their work to the attendees.

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