Today, Emelienne embodies the notion of empowerment. Since beginning our education programs, she has taught herself how to speak fluent English, studied for (and received!) her GED, graduated from Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Women initiative, and become a trusted leader, mentor, and role model to countless women in her community and beyond.
We are honored to have Emelienne serve as a Teaching Assistant for our Leadership Academy. In this position, she will assist the Head Teacher in lesson planning & instruction, and serve as a pillar of support and guidance for students.
We asked her to share a few words with us about why she is excited for this opportunity. Here is what she had to say:
Why do you want to you want to serve as a Teaching Assistant for the Leadership Academy?
I improved my knowledge so much through the Indego Africa’s trainings. I want to help other women achieve their dreams through the Leadership Academy.
Why is education important to you?
Education is very important to me because it helped me to be the person I am today, and be where I am today.
What are your goals for your children’s futures?
I want my children to go all the way through university and have any future of their choosing.
What are your goals for your own future?
My goals are to make every woman empowered, teaching them about business, and advising everyone of them to go to school.
By helping Emelienne achieve her dreams, you will help countless other women empower themselves through the education. Donate to our Leadership Academy today!