Miss Fotogenix Nigeria 2014 launches “The Pink Woman Project”

Neema is taking a stand to fight for the cause of indigent women and do her bit to improve the lives of women one woman at a time hence the birth of The Pink Woman Project.

Neema Godwin on the The Pink Woman Project

As a model and social ambassador, Neema is taking a stand to fight for the cause of indigent women and do her bit to improve the lives of women one woman at a time hence the birth of The Pink Woman Project.

The Pink Woman Project is a platform to boost the welfare of women through project activities which includes philanthropy, empowerment through business development and micro funding to increase family sustainability through women contributions.

Neema Godwin popularly known as Neema is a fast rising model, social ambassador and beauty queen as she currently holds the Miss Fotogenix Nigeria 2014 title.

Neema has a degree in sociology from the prestigious University of Lagos and is a highly sociable person and has attended many high profile events in Nigeria. She is also actively pursuing acting and presenting as fulltime careers.

Her personal vision is to leverage on her career as a model to create a platform bolstering women employment, significance and independence.

As a model, Neema has featured in more than 10 fashion magazines including Le mode and Hardknocks magazines and worked with multinational brands including MTN scoring a poster child model slot for the MTN Magic Voice Caller Tunes campaign and has featured on several commercial jobs across Nigeria including Vitafoam and is set to innovatively build a broad professional portfolio in billboard and aesthetic and fashion modelling both locally and internationally.

As a social ambassador, Neema is the founder, Pink Woman Project, a social campaign designed to empower indigent women in rural and urban areas, utilising this channel to change the world, one woman at a time. The Pink Woman Project is a platform to boost the welfare of women through project activities which includes philanthropy, empowerment through business development and micro funding to increase family sustainability through women contributions.

The Pink Woman Project kicks off activities with the Makoko community, tailored towards meeting basic sustenance needs of women in this riverine community within the heart of the Lagos metropolis.

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