Kenya, #SheHiveNairobi is coming to you!

The SheHive in Nairobi will be a professional boot camp that will help young women develop their career and business skills.

She Leads Africa team

Following a stop in New York earlier this month, She Leads Africa will take its 4-day boot camp to Nairobi, Kenya from June 30 to July 3, 2016.

The SheHive event in Nairobi will be a professional boot camp that will help young women develop their career and business skills in addition to connecting with a community of leaders as well as network with mentors and investors.

Over the 4-day duration of the event, She Leads Africa will provide over 15 expert-led training sessions covering the topics that young professional women need to know to set them up for success.

Confirmed speakers for the She Hive Nairobi include Bob Collymore, CEO Safaricom; Hilda Moraa, founder and former CEO Weza Tele Ltd; Nik Nesbitt, GM IBM East Africa; Wanjira Longauer, Radio host (Capital FM Kenya) and TV host (EbonyLife TV's Moments Kenya); Shamim Ehsani, Marketing Director, Tribe Hotel; Andrea Muforo, Investment Director, TLcom Capital Partners; Eunice Nyala, Executive Coach; and Maureen Murunga, founder Neo Amadiva.

Topics to be discussed at the event will also include the following:

For more details, you can follow the She Leads Africa handle on Twitter via @SheLeadsAfrica or check out the platforms website.

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