Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) is a non-profit organization focused on increasing and supporting the success rates of female entrepreneurs and the proportion of women in senior positions in corporate organizations and the public service.
Over the last 20 years, WIMBIZ has inspired, empowered and advocated for better representation of women.
We are a strong voice for gender parity and the increase in the representation of women in leadership positions in business, management and the public service.
We have built a sustainable platform that enlightens and empowers women to achieve career, business and public-sector leadership.
We inspire women to achieve professional development and to accomplish entrepreneurial exploits, public sector initiatives and community development endeavours.
We create networking opportunities for professional women and female entrepreneurs at a range of well-designed events.
We have a contributory associate pool of over 1,057 accomplished women in management, business and public service and over 17,000 women in its database.
WIMBIZ is a volunteer-based organization, funded largely by donations and contributions by members and partners and is a supporter for the Code of Ethics and Conduct for NGOs.
The Annual Conference is our flagship event which holds November of every year and is attended by over 1500 women from all over the world to discuss a broad range of issues centered around a cutting edge theme that is topical and relevant to women in the business, corporate, public and development sectors.
8AM – 5 PM
November 4th & 5th 2021
I really appreciate the time my Mentor spent speaking with me. Despite our careers being very different, there were a surprising number of commonalities in the work we do, and in many cases, the differences provided helpful contrasts and new perspectivesz
The WIMBIZ mentoring program has clarified and increased my confidence in my career choices.
I really appreciate the time my Mentor spent speaking with me. Despite our careers being very different, there were a surprising number of commonalities in the work we do, and in many cases, the differences provided helpful contrasts and new perspectives
The WIMBIZ & DCSL Corporate mentoring program was a very fulfilling one, it provided ample ground to impact my mentee Toluwalase Adeyemi. My mentee and I were able to set out clear smart objectives at the start of the program in the following areas: Personal Development, Public Speaking, Thought Leadership and Self-Management.
Toluwalase was able to start her MBA program, take on additional responsibilities at work and come up with a personal mission statement and a SWOT analysis to understand the areas to focus on. She was very eager to learn and there were specific outcomes she shared during our last meeting, she also mentioned improvement noticed by her colleagues at work.
It was satisfying and exciting for me to see Toluwalase grow. A great privilege to build my legacy by encouraging upcoming female professionals. Good opportunity for me to enhance my emotional intelligence and consciousness.
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