Uganda’s Vice President H.E Maj Jessica Rose Epel (Rtd), Prime Ministers Robbinah Nabbanja, USAID Diplomat Winnie Byanyima have been named among the 100 most Influential women in Africa.
The list of 100 Most Influential African Women 2022 is made up of prominent African women breaking the bias across the world and includes 2 Presidents, 5 Vice Presidents, 5 Prime Ministers, Ministers, and Top CEOs of both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations; Merck Foundation CEO, Senator, Dr. Rasha Kelej for the fourth year recognized as one of 100 Most Influential African Women 2022.
The 2022 list of 100 Most Influential African Women has a representation of the most powerful African women from 36 African countries, chosen from various career backgrounds including diplomacy, philanthropy, politics, activism, entrepreneurship, business leadership, and entertainment.
“As a leading PR & Rating firm, Avance Media has been engaged in changing the narrative about Africans through rating and ranking publications and we believe this project presents us another opportunity not only to celebrate Africans but showcase the individual and collective works of women who are earnestly inspiring the next generation of leaders in Africa.”
Notable personalities to be featured include but are not limited to: Presidents, Diplomats, Board Chairs, CEOs, Scholars, Chancellors, Politicians, and Philanthropists but must be individuals of distinguished personalities in their field of work.
In Uganda; H.E. Jessica Alupo governance, Rt. Hon. Robinah Nabbanja, Vanessa Nakate climate change, Winnie Byanyima Diplomacy and Anne Kansiime Entertainment joined others in the list
See full list: https://100women.avancemedia.org/