How to look the part for #AWLOINDUCTION2017

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We are excited as it draws closer to #AWLOInduction2017. AWLO Induction holds at Le Meridien Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort, Akwa Ibom State, on 15th December 2017. We are looking forward to converging Women of African Descent and Distinguished Leaders.

Are you thinking of ideas to dress up for #AWLOINDUCTION2017? We can give you a great head start!

We know women like to play dress up, and they will be the ones reading this right now. So, let’s start with them. (This article may not be beneficial to inductees because their chapters may have a uniform dress code for the dinner).

The day starts off with the #1Mother1Child awareness walk. This is for everyone to be a part of AWLO’s dream for every child/young adult to grow up with the tangible support of a mother, – a woman who is committed to ensuring that one child lives her fullest potential; whether boy or girl. AWLO believes that Motherhood is a call to Leadership.

We anticipate that 300 people should get involved in creating awareness for #1Mother1Child. Women, young people, men, press, humanitarians, and others. Participants can buy Awareness walk Tee-Shirts at the venue, they can also buy ahead of the day by calling +234 812 586 6901.

Back to the dress code. To go with your tees, get a pair of pants and comfy sneakers or ballerinas to get you in the mood for walk. Don’t forget to come with your selfie sticks because we will also be taking a lot of photographs. We will walk all the way to the workshop. Voila, this will be your workshop look too.

A dinner ensemble works for the grand finale – the Induction Dinner. The red carpet will be prepared for you. One thing though, don’t miss out the part that African culture is at the core of AWLO’s essence, and guests hardly disappoint. You don’t want to be surprised.

That’s it, see you at #AWLOINDUCTION2017! Register here

Ekemini is an Administrator who is passionate about structures, putting-things-together, and implementing systems for organisational efficiency. She’s your fairy god-mother, who loves to share wit through compelling contents for the feminine space. She’s the General Manager of African Women in Leadership Organisation, and the curator of #SHEVOICES. She is a Contributor on