The Executive Women Network (EWN) is a non-profit organization for women in senior
management and executive positions in private organizations/ institutions and women
entrepreneurs of well established businesses. The founding members of this network
include the below listed top female executives;
Maidie Arkutu – Managing Director, Unilever Ghana
Freda Duplan- Managing Director, Nestle Ghana Limited,
Patience Akyianu- Managing Director, Barclays Ghana,
Edith Dankwa- Managing Director, Business and Financial Times Limited,
Lucy Quist- Managing Director, Airtel Ghana and
Pearl Esua- Mensah- Managing Consultant, Feniks Limited.
Our vision is to Inspire, Empower and Support women executives to be successful and
influential both at the local and international level. This is the first of its kind in Ghana.
The Executive Women Network’s ambition is to:
1. Create a community for professional women to network, dialogue and collaborate for
development and self-actualization.
2. Influence and drive policy changes that seek to increase the representation of women
in senior leadership positions in Ghana.
3. Promote women’s rights in support of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development
Goal 5 – ‘gender equality and empowerment for all women and girls’.
As a member, you can look forward to regular networking lunches, industry/ profession
specific training programs and conferences both local and international among others.
Details will be provided in your welcome pack.
The Executive Women Network (EWN) in collaboration with Nyaho Medical Center @nyahomedical presents “Everyday Health & Wellness for the Executive Woman”
Happening Tomorrow- Thursday, 12th May 2022 @ 6:30pm via zoom
Meeting ID: 828 6438 0701
Health problems, even minor ones, can interfere with or even overshadow other aspects of your life. Even relatively minor health issues such as aches, pains, anxiety and indigestion take a toll on your happiness and stress levels. One way to improve your ability to cope with stress and feel better is to make a commitment to healthier habits everyday.
As busy as work and other life activities can get, poor health habits can add stress to your life and also play a role in how well you are able to cope with stress. The stress that comes from poor health is significant. Health challenges also affect other areas of your life. Health problems can make daily tasks more challenging, create financial stress, and even jeopardize your ability to earn a living.
Join us on *Thursday 12th May at 6.30pm* in a conversation with Dr. Angela Frempong as she guides us on how to take care of of our health everyday.