Global Ambassadors

Queen Naa Tsot­soo Soyoo I

The Matron and also a Global Ambassador for Global Visionary Women Network

Queen Naa Tsotsoo Soyoo I is from the Ga tribe of Greater Accra Region of Ghana; specifically Ngleshie Alata Traditional Area. Her Traditional Title is ‘Amamole Djaase Manye’ which literally means ‘King-Maker Queen’. She is a proud mother of two. Princess Naa Dede Adjorbo I (nee Ewura-Ama Quarshie) and Prince Nii Dromo Shikatse I (nee Nana Quarshie).

Dr Annie Lim

Founder and CEO of Women Entrepreneur World Summit

Dr Annie is a serial entrepreneur; a playful and creative individual who lives to serve and touch the lives of others through coaching, training and transformational work in addition to owning several businesses in various industries. She is the founder and CEO of Women Entrepreneur World Summit (

Muz­vare Betty Makoni

Founder and CEO of Girl Child Network Worldwide

Muzvare Betty Makoni (BA Gen, BA Special Hons) is Founder and current Chief Executive Officer of Girl Child Network Worldwide, a registered international organisation championing for empowerment and education of girls in Africa since 2009.

Coun­cil­lor Anna Rothery

Labour Councillor for Princes Park Ward Liverpool

Anna has been active as a City Councillor in many activities and events which promote the participation of BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) in civic life a support and mentoring network for aspiring candidates and current elected representatives in developing a political career within the political structures Campaigning and developing policy on social justice and race equality issues affecting Black communities in the UK

Ewa Sadowska

Chief Executive Officer of BARKA UK

Ewa Sadowska’s, 31, is a member of the Barka Foundation Board of Trustees and Chief Executive Officer of Barka UK and coordinator of the European Migrants Integration Network with projects in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Ireland and Poland.

Molly Harvey

Founder of Molly Harvey Global

Molly believes that to be a success in business you must connect the head, heart and soul of a company

The gift of making the complex simple and has allowed her to become recognised as a Leading Authority on Leadership and Cultural Transformation. By speaking to corporations around the world such as Bank of America, 3M and Santander together with over 500 other leading organisations worldwide, a key part of Molly’s experience is the ability to question and provoke audiences to think differently about the way they work and live.

Stephanie R. Dawkins

Author of “Corporate Coffee”

Ms. Dawkins is an International Executive, Entrepreneur and Author of the award winning book “Corporate Coffee”

Ms. Dawkins is the President and CEO of Stephanie R. Dawkins International (SRD International)

Stephanie was the highest ranking African American in the history of AB Volvo in Goteborg, Sweden to hold a C-Suite position. She is considered the “Tell It Like It Is Corporate Girlfriend”.

Yvone Williams

Senior National Sales Director

One of the UK’s foremost business women, Senior National Sales Director Yvonne Williams has two children, Andre and Sidgoree, and began her career in the hair & beauty industry in the early 1980s.

As owner/operator of the ‘Ebony of Mayfair’ chain of hair salons, she enjoyed the respect of her peers and a successful business, but gave it all up after being introduced to Mary Kay Cosmetics.

Katherine Corich

Founder and Chair of Sysdoc Group

Sysdoc Group Katherine is the founder and Chair of the Sysdoc Group, a high tech and services company with operations in 4 countries.

Katherine leads global strategy and development of new markets. She is also currently launching a cloud based technology company to offer business transformation products to the global marketplace. Under Katherine’s stewardship, Sysdoc has grown into a global business delivering business change programmes for Jaguar Land Rover, McLaren, Chevron, Shell, Network Rail and the Carbon Trust.

Pauline Long

Founder of “Pauline Long Empowerment and Mentorship Club”

Recently awarded three (3) Lifetime Achievement awards by IAA, UKAA and HUHO, Pauline Long is a Kenyan born UK based entrepreneur, philanthropist, fashion designer, mentor, motivational/Public speaker, writer, Music video director/producer, writer and TV and radio presenter. She has also been crowned the most celebrated female by Leadership Mind Ambassadors organisation. She has been appointed Universal Peace Federation Ambassador for peace globally.Pauline Long’s positive role modelling has also earned her the highest African Recognition Honour and Heroic Award, alongside Her Excellency The President of Malawi, Joyce Banda.

Maggie O’carroll

Co-Founder and CEO of The Women’s Organisation

tarting her career in the United States, Maggie moved to Liverpool in 1991 where she successfully started and grew her own management consultancy business.

In 1996 she started The Women’s Organisation to promote female enterprise policy and practice having identified it as a huge untapped entrepreneurial market for the UK. She has led the businesses development as an award winning social enterprise and it is now the largest and most successful dedicated Women’s Business Support Charity and Social Business in the UK.

Eyere Mbiwan Takor

Activist for the Rights of Women

Eyere Mbiwan Takor (born 12 February 1952) is a teacher and an Activist for the Rights of Women in her native Cameroon, and throughout Sub Sahara Africa through partnership with the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon. A mother of 5, she is also the wife of Daniel Takor, the renowned business owner of DATA Electrical Co.

Born and raised in Besongabang a small town in the Manyu division of South – West Cameroon, Eyere moved to Victoria (now Limbe) in the early 1960s and soon joined an elite batch of young women admitted into Saker Baptist College in 1964.