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The World’s Largest Gathering of Futurists

27 & 28 November
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Admire Mamie Iye Ashley Moiwo

University of Makeni

Born on July 12, 1985, in the northern part of sierra leone, portloko district. Primary school, roman catholic school Bo, southern sierra leone Secondary school, government secondary school for girl’s northern province Bsc In Accounting and Finance/ master’s in business administration finance at the university of makeni. Administrative assistance at the Sylvanus koroma campus and Human resource support officer university of makeni. Currently Lecturing in three departments, (development studies, law and human resources). Research Assistant with the future literacy Centre university of makeni/ UNESCO Project as part of the development project, worked with communities within northern province and with ministry of social welfare in the capital city of freetown. Admire has played a role in hearing out the pain women go through as most women have been labelled for the kitchen. many women old and young discussed their future and how they would want it to be in an emotional way, which has inspired her to create an awareness which will provide safe space for women and girls to be violent free. she has also worked with female students in the university in other to create self-awareness against emotional, physical and sexual violence. As a member of the university women’s forum, she has help lots of young female staff in building their confidence and self-esteem. Self-motivated, responsible individual who can work to deadline and can adapt to changing work conditions. capable of teamwork or individually with minimal supervision and multitask with a great degree of ease. trustworthy, respectful and a good listener. pays attention to instructions. She is willing to undertake training and conscious of the significance of self-development. She has a good interpersonal relationship.

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