CEO Communications recognises Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Govt
Hennessy Park Hotel was the venue for the numerous top-tier executives who attended, this week, the annual ‘Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government’, hosted by CEO Communications.
This was the second leg of nine events to take place across the continent. The idea is to visit all regions of Africa to enable networking opportunities and the celebration of influential ladies on the continent. Attendees enjoyed a dinner and celebrated the women who were honoured with a beautifully framed certificate.
Influential women at the Mauritian event included: Agencies & Regulatory Authorities – Mauritius Country winner & IOC regional winner: Khoudijah Maudarbocus-Boodoo; Elected Government Officials – Country winners Hon Minister Macsuzy Mondon (Seychelles), Hon Minister Mireille Martin (Mauritius); Welfare – Mauritius Country winner & IOC regional winner: Anushka Virahsawmy; Tourism & Leisure – Mauritius Country winner & IOC regional winner: Leckrani Soobagrah; Academic Education & Training – Mauritius Country & IOC regional winner: Marie Claire Heerah; Private Education & Training – Finalist: Reshma Ramchurn; Mauritius Country Winner & IOC Regional Winner: Vimi Appadoo; Business & Professional Services – Finalists: Anousha Junggee-Purbhoo; Mauritius Country winner & IOC Regional winner – Shareemah Boolakee; SMEs – Finalist: Lynda Kok Shun. Winners are announced at each event in South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Cameroon, Algeria and Zambia and continental winners celebrated in SA on 30 October 2014.
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