Winnie Kamuya Is A Woman You Need To Know!Posted on Mar 16, 2012 in Why WSA?, Women You Need To Know by The WSA Team | 8 comments
Winnie Kamuya, Founder of Women in Leadership Conferences in Africa
Winnie Kamuya is CEO of the International Renaissance Centre, Kenya a management Development centre that helps people discover and utilise their leadership skills. She is the Founder of Women in Leadership (WIL) Conferences in Africa and WIL Newsletter through which she inspires and transform others especially women. She is also the founder of Personal Assistant Award – Africa and The Assistant Newsletter through which she inspire others. She organised the teleconferences from USA on Lessons in Leadership which featured world leaders like Jack Welch, Prof. Prahalad, Giuliani, Dr. Blanchard, Dr. Kotter, Dr Maxwell, Abrashoff and Dr. Steve Lundin. She is a mentor and very passionate about making a difference in the world. Click here to learn more about Winnie.
Q: Winnie, why did you join WSA?
A: Public Speaking is the – the world’s greatest kept secret to success. I was organising the 6th Women in Leadership (2011) conference on “public speaking and presentations skills”. It came as a surprise to me that there was an association for women speakers. I am very happy to be part of an emerging “movement” that is seeking to create a totally new model for doing business and expressing one’s power and passion in the world. This is a new and wonderful decade for women. There will never be another decade like this one. Well done WSA.