‘I was ecstatic to be surrounded by so many beautiful, amazing, talented, strong women who all have a zest for life and humble courage to meet life’s challenges head on. Every time we come together I am awestruck by how powerful women are, and for all the right reasons, prepared to fight for their children and others, their families and others, the environment, and most importantly for themselves, because without them the world would be a much poorer place spiritually. I’m glad and proud to be a woman and a part of Moms Africa!” Vivian Anukposi– CEO, ENCORE LA’VIVE
“I have been to lots of conferences over the years and this would have to have been one of the best. Yes there were great speakers and I have many strategies to now go and implement but the feelings of support, generosity and encouragement were palpable at moms conference. I will definitely be back in 2014.” Mrs. AmakaNwosisi, MTN, Nigeria
“Everyone has her own peculiar story but everyone had one thing in common. Meeting other career moms was so inspiring in itself. Have a dream and go for it. Being a mom and building a career is not always easy but it can be sooo rewarding.“ Kemi Snidjers – Airtel Networks, Nigeria
“Every Moms Conference is unique. I would have blamed myself if I had missed this opportunity. Being here and listening to all the great speakers particularly IniOnuk made me realize how far we have come in the so called 21st Century parenting. I am glad I came, Wow! I will pay to listen to Ini Onuk any day…All the moms seated on my table unanimously agreed that She is a ‘quintessential’ woman. Thank you Mary and your team for assembling these real women to speak. Awesome Super event!… Ngozi Oguguah, Nigeria Institute of Oceanography.
“Wow! What can I say than, I am so fed. I learned to refocus, reassess my values, and prioritize. I came away from the Moms Meet feeling supported, motivated, and cared for.” Ngozi Braide – Lagos State Police PRO