The event was coordinated by the Advisor of the Premier, Latoya Jones. Talking about the initiative, she explained that the programme aims to educate, celebrate, uplift and support women.
The office of the Premier of Nevis hosted the 3rd annual Women’s self-empowerment workshop on the occasion of International Women’s day. The event was coordinated by the Advisor of the Premier, Latoya Jones. Talking about the initiative, she explained that the programme aims to educate, celebrate, uplift and support women.
The initiative is especially aimed towards the women who are unemployed and are often marginalized by society. The office of the Premier hosted the event on Wednesday, March 8, to coincide with the celebration of International women’s day. The theme of the international women’s day for 2023 was “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality”,
She wrote International Women’s Day with these lovely ladies was a memorable experience. Their willingness to learn and vibrant personalities made our 3rd Annual Women Self-Empowerment Workshop successful. Latoya Jones thanked the women who participated in the initiative.
The event coordinator, Latoya Jones, thanked the various facilitators, Dr Linda Carty, Permanent Secretary Wakely Daniel, AS Angela Scarborough, Shirna Browne, and Catharine Forbes, for playing an integral role in this year’s workshop.
Wakely Daniel, a Third Annual Women’s self-empowerment workshop facilitator, addressed the event’s attendants. The Permanent Secretary in the ministries of the Premier shared that while women worldwide have made several strides in personal development and shattered a lot of glass ceilings, he believes there is still a lot of room for improvement.
With this, he encouraged the women who attended the event to make use of technology and innovations in various fields in order to create mmore opportunities for themselves.