Chinemerem Mezie-Osuocha Wins IESE Business School 2023 Future Female Leader Award

Chinemerem Mezie-Osuocha has emerged winner of the IESE Business School 2023 Future Female Leader Award and becomes the first Nigerian recipient of the award.

The Future Female Leader Award is a prestigious recognition that celebrates women who demonstrate outstanding leadership potential and contribute to the advancement of gender diversity in business.

The award commemorates the International Women’s Day of 8th March 2023.

In this year’s edition of the award, 42 women from 20 countries for the diverse talents and contributions to the business world, showcasing the success stories of women in traditionally male-dominated industries were reflected upon as a means to inspire other women to pursue their ambitions and break down barriers.

Chinemerem Mezie-Osuocha is a media, marketing, and tech professional from Nigeria and is one of the four African women to receive the Future-Female Award. Her dedication to promoting gender diversity in the business world and her commitment to improving the perception of Africans through positive storytelling has made a significant impact, inspiring others to follow in her footsteps.
Her passion for media, technology, people, culture, and marketing, combined with her commitment to support the growth of African businesses makes her a valuable asset to the continent and a worthy recipient for the Future Female Leader Award.

On receiving the award, Miss Meme said:

“I strongly believe that gender equity is not just a moral imperative but also a smart business strategy. As a woman who has worked in media, marketing, and tech for many years, I have seen firsthand the positive impact women can have on businesses, communities, and economies when empowered to succeed. When women are given the tools and resources to thrive, businesses thrive, communities prosper, and economies grow. That is why I will continue to advocate for women and play my part in ensuring we continue to work towards gender equity in all aspects of society.”

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