LONDON Pre-WOMEN ECONOMIC FORUM: Road to India for WEF2016. Lancaster Gate, London. 29 January 2016. At the London Pre-Women Economic Forum we have gathered the best brains, top minds, thought leaders, movers & shakers and the crème de a crème.
SPEAKER No. 5: CHIEF KATE ANOLUE, Former Mayor of the London Brough of Enfield and Founder & CEO, Forum for African, Asian & Afro-Caribbean Women in Politics (FAWP). Kate was a Labour Councillor for 12 years and became the first-ever Nigerian Mayor in the London Brough of Enfield, where she raised funds for various charities in her Mayoral year of 2013/2014.
At the expiry of her tenure as Mayor, in 2015 Kate launched the Forum for African, African-Caribbean and Asian Women in Politics (FAWP), which aims to inspire and empower women in political awareness and political leadership. Kate has over 30 years experience as a midwife and has delivered hundreds of babies. She went into politics after successfully gaining a Bachelor of Laws Degree. Widowed nearly 30 years ago, and left with four young children who are now graduates.
Kate is a school governor at Raynham and Wilbury Primary schools. She was conferred with "Freedom of the London Borough of Enfield in 2007, for her community work. In 2008 she was made a Chieftain in her home town and was conferred with the title "Ada Jelu Mba Tulu Ugo" meaning "Our daughter that went to a foreign land and brought us glory". Among her many awards Kate has been honoured with the GAB (Gathering of Africa's Best) Award 2013, Winner of The Nigerian Watch Newspaper Woman of the Year 2014, Nigerian Centenary Award UK 2014 and Women for Africa Award 2015.
The Justina Mutale Foundation for Leadership an the Universal Peace Federation - UK are privileged to have Chief Kate Anolue as one our distinguished Speakers at the Pre-Women Economic Forum in London. Details & Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/london-pre-women-economic-forum-road-to-india-for-wef2016-tickets-20586091554