Ecomarine, Seaview Properties Partner MMS Hall of Fame On Mentorship

Ecomarine, Seaview Properties Partner MMS Hall of Fame On MentorshipEcomarine Terminals Limited and Seaview Properties Limited have joined the host of other private and public sector institutions as Corporate Partners for the novel mentorship introductory programme of MMS Plus Woman of Fortune Hall of Fame (WofHof) Initiative billed to take place on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th March, 2017 at the Shippers’ Tower, Apapa, Lagos.

The programme open to students, graduates and already working career African women is organised under the WofHof Initiative scheme called, Women In Leadership and Career Empowerment Programme (WILCEP) Africa. The partnership and collaboration with reputable schools and corporate bodies is to effectively mentor younger generation of women leaders in the maritime, aviation, finance, oil and gas, allied sectors of the economy as well as political leadership.

The co-founder and a board of trustee member of MMS WofHof Initiative, Mr. Kingsley Anaroke, said, “We are selecting graduates, students and working-career African women for this unique mentorship programme to make careers in any of the listed career fields. We are match-making the mentees with mentors   under the WILCEP Africa of the WoFHoF Initiative.

Mentees will have the rare opportunity of having a one-on-one mentorship guide from the mentor in the chosen career. We have a pool of mentors as our MMS Hall of Famers, who are proudly women of unquantifiable pedigree, women who have risen to the top of their careers and are willing to show the way to the younger women. The registration for candidates, which is on-going online is expected to end on March 20th 2017”.

The collaborating institutions so far, include, University of Lagos, Redeemers’ University, Yaba College of Technology, Nigerian Institute of Shipping(NIS), University of PortHarcourt, Port and Terminal Management  Academy of Nigeria.

Among the corporate partners who have been recognized by the relevant international bodies and Nigerian government as human capital development partners, are the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), Seaview Properties Limited and Ecomarine Terminals Limited.

Individuals are also encouraged to make personal entries as some have done online, while the scheme is supported by the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development.

Billed to speak at the introductory mentorship programme are: Mrs Chinwe Ezenwa, CEO, Ocean Serve and Logistics Limited and CEO, Lelook Nigeria; Chief Eugene Nweke, CEO, Virtues Marine and Freight Services Limited; Dr. Ibilola Amao, Principal Consultant, Lonadek Oil and Gas Consultants; Mrs. Rejoice Ndudinachi, President, Women in Aviation; Mrs. Lawretta Chigozie, CEO, ODIC Electrical Company Limited; Hon. Desmond Elliot, member, Lagos State House of Assembly.

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