School Ambassador’s Initiative

School Ambassador’s Initiative

The Woman Boss recognizes the need to nurture, groom and empower young girls into our next generation of leaders, by imparting them with all the necessary skills required such as leadership exposure, public speaking skills, critical thinking, mentorship, self-awareness and personal development. The Woman Boss’ SCHOOL AMBASSADORS INITIATIVE selects upcoming young girl leaders from neighboring high schools, who additionally to the above, identifies a Community Problem limiting the growth within their communities. The selected girls then pitch to a panel of judges on how they intend to solve the problem. While doing so, they are expected to demonstrate a clear understanding of the challenges and present possible solutions. These selected next generation of women leaders also earn the opportunity to: Receive funding to solve their Community Problem Speak at Woman Boss Events Serve as the Voice of TWB in her School and Community Highlighted as a Woman Boss Ambassador in all TWB platforms Have an Opportunity to Earn a Scholarship to the University of The Gambia

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24Nov 2021

Naya F. Powell


Utopia – an imagined place of paradise or heaven on earth. I first heard this word from Naya F. Powell, CEO and Founder of Utopia Spa and Global Wellness, and number one bestselling author of ‘30 Days to Utopia Living: Unleash Abundance in Your Mind, Spirit, Body, and Relationships’.     Naya is a woman of faith who believes in empowering people. She values the 5Fs- faith, family, field, fitness, and fun. […]

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17Nov 2021

The School Ambassadors’ Leadership and Gender-Based Violence Training


On Friday, May 28th, 2021, The Woman Boss, in partnership with UNICEF Gambia, began a journey of workshops across 20 different schools in the country. Safe to say, this has been one of the most impactful projects we have ever conducted.   The selected schools were based in Banjul City Council, Kanifing Municipal Council, and West Coast Region. We had a two-day training at each school, focusing on Leadership and […]

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7May 2021

Revisiting the St. Francis Upper Basic School Pad Drive Initiative


A Menstrual Hygiene Awareness Project by School Ambassador, Oumie Faal Research has shown that most girls living in Rural Gambia lack menstrual hygiene awareness. During their time of the month, they utilize unhygienic and unsuitable cloths, which exposes them to different types of infections. They have little or no knowledge about reproductive tract infections caused […]

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