Women, Welfare, Wealth and Wellbeing are changing the Weather
Wherever you live in the world, the best four words starting with ‘W’ are Women, Welfare, Wealth, and Wellbeing. But if you live in England, the best four words which begin with ‘W’ are actually five: Women, Welfare, Wealth, Wellbeing and the fifth one is not ‘World’, but ‘Weather’! We are obsessed with the weather, and in all fairness, it rains most of the time! This year, we could definitely say that the British Summer started in style!
I want to take you on an adventure of the mind today and see how the best four words which start with ‘W’ can change even the Weather!
When The All Ladies League – Birmingham and West Midlands Women Economic Forum decided to launch the inaugural conference on 20 – 21 June, hundreds of Women traveled from four continents and brought the good weather with them!
Welcomed by the amazing local women and men who volunteered at Shree Birmingham Pragati Mandal Temple, the guests had the chance to share their stories, support each other and collaborate to bring about a better world for ALL.
ALL – The story of WEF
When discovering new places, new possibilities, it is always a good idea to ask the locals. We asked Dr Neslyn Watson – Druee what is the story behind WEF.
ALL Ladies League and Women Economic Forum (WEF) Founded by Dr Harbeen Arora; Dr Harbeen is the International Chair for the ALL Ladies League and Women Economic Forum.
ALL Ladies League (ALL) is about the spirit to love ALL, serve ALL with kindness, care, relentless positivity and constructive collaboration on selected projects. The Women Economic Forum is an associate of ALL Ladies League (ALL), the world’s largest All-inclusive international women’s chamber and a movement for the Welfare, Wealth, and Wellbeing of ALL. As a superhighway of ‘Internet of women’, ALL is a worldwide web of women’s leadership, friendship and entrepreneurship committed to the Wellbeing, Wealth and Welfare of All. For more information visit: http://www.aall.in/about-us
With over 800+ chapters and over 100,000 members across 120 countries (and ever growing by referral), ALL & WEF together are the fastest growing global network of women where women, also men who support women are coming together to unleash our collective potential in all walks of life. We offer completely free membership to women worldwide who wish to make a difference; albeit it’s by reference and invitation. WEF events take place throughout the year and across the globe empowering women to expand their business opportunities and increase their global influence through peer exchange, networking across borders while being inspired by some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs, authors, speakers, leaders, and celebrities.
ALL and WEF are philanthropic, non-religious and non-political. We are committed to women’s economic empowerment and also promote global sisterhood that greatly serves women’s social and economic needs.
The Annual mega marquee Women Economic Forum brought by the ALL Ladies League is held annually for six days in May in India, while regional forums are held throughout the year and around the world. Globally ALL aims to bring one million plus women into the league by 2019, ALL encourages you to join mission-million.
Women and Men were invited into the Forum by the Chair, Dr Neslyn Watson-Druée or Vice Chair and existing members to build up leadership, develop entrepreneurial skills, network and share extraordinary stories.
We asked The Chair of Birmingham and West Midlands WEF – Dr Neslyn Watson-Druée, CBE, FRCN, FCGI, who was recognised for her massive contribution to Great Britain’s progress, by Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II, not once, but three times, who are the Award winners at the WEF Birmingham, UK Conference 2018.
‘The purpose of the WEF Conference Birmingham 2018 is to empower women to accomplish their unfulfilled dreams, be economically free and leave a legacy. We reached out to less fortunate women and men by encouraging, enabling, empowering and engaging their entrepreneurial ventures. Here are the Award Winners, by category:
Women of the Decade in Cyber Security Leadership: Bonnie Butlin
Enterprise and Leadership Award: Jacqueline O’Donovan
Iconic Women Creating a Better World for All: Tanya Abraham
Women of the Decade in Enterprise and Leadership: Beverley Nielsen
Women of the Decade in Public Life: Jess Phillips
Iconic Women Creating a Better World for All: Patricia Lorde
Exceptional Leaders of Excellence: Taha Coburn-Kutay
Leader of the Decade in Public Life: Paul Sabapathy
Leader of the Decade in Public Life: Andy Street, Sajid Javid
Exceptional Women of Excellence: Zina Arine, Parveen Hassam, Getrude Acheampong, Maggie Stubbs, Zoe Bennette, Whaheeda Rahim, Karen Heras Kelly, Melody Sakala-Makore, Tasui Suedi
Women of the Decade in Healthcare: Emeritus Professor Dame Betty Kershaw, Catherine Nelson-Piercy
Women of the Decade in Public Life: Jennette Arnold
Leader of the Decade in Community Service: Raman Bulsara
Women of the Decade in Community Leadership: Dr Elizabeth Nelson, OBE, Dr Kathryn Hinchliff
Leader of the Decade in Media: Dr Marina Nani, Marcia McLaughlin
The Adventure into the Good News just started and this is the actual proof that the best four words which begin with ‘W’- Women, Wellbeing, Wealth and Wellfair are actually five, and could change the Weather!’
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