Nwuneli, Akinkugbe, Williams to Speak at ‘Future First Ladies’

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Leading etiquette and image consultancy, ARTELIER Lifestyle Consultants, has announced the 2018 edition of its annual finishing school and mentorship programme tagged, ‘Future First Ladies’, which is set to hold from June 30 to July 28, 2018 on Saturdays only.

Now in its fourth edition, the finishing school was created for young women with a purpose, who require a little direction to ignite their potential and propel them to achieve their ambitions in life. In previous editions, speakers and role models have included Africa’s premier Wealth Coach, Omilola Oshikoya; experienced Human Resource consultant, Folake Adeniyi-Adeleye; Founder of foremost parenting platform, LagosMums, Yetty Williams; Style editor, Genevieve Magazine, Ifeoma Odogwu; former Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria, Unoaku Anyadike, among many others.

Speakers billed to coach and mentor participants at this year’s edition include Ndidi Nwuneli, Founder, LEAP Africa and foremost social entrepreneur, Yetty Williams, parenting specialist and Founder, LagosMums, Nimi Akinkugbe, Personal finance expert and CEO of Best Games Ltd, Folake Adeniyi-Adeleye, a seasoned Human Resource professional and global business leader and Style editor, Genevieve Magazine, Ifeoma Odogwu. Respected as experts in their chosen fields, these leading women will address a wide range of topics that cut across their experience and knowledge in addition to individual engagement sessions with the participants to enable them refine their skills.

Speaking on the event, Founder and CEO of ARTELIER Lifestyle Consultants, Ngozi Princewill Utchay remarked that Future First Ladies, the company’s flagship finishing school programme, was birthed after a series of 21st Century EtiquetteTM events. 

“Before Future First LadiesTM, we used to host 21st Century Etiquette to polish young people and prepare them to interact with the rest of the society in a more informed manner. Feedback and data from our 21st Century Etiquette events showed us that young people wanted more; the digital age had presented them with a plethora of options on how to live their lives and it was important to have the right mentors and role models to serve as guides in determining their outcome in life.”

“For each edition, our speakers and role models are not just selected for their skills or achievements but out of their passion to see young people succeed. Past Alumni of Future First Ladies have gone on to incubate businesses, progress in their careers and approach their roles in the society with more confidence, it’s exciting to see the possibilities that come from each edition and this year will be no different”, enthused Mrs. Princewill Utchay.

The event which has been highly subsidised costs N50,000 to participate in, covering refreshments, lunch, training materials and certificates. Participants can also look forward to practical hands-on sessions on skincare, makeup, health and wellbeing, styling and fitness. Classes run from 10am to 4pm on Saturdays only.