Showing posts from October, 2014

Global Ambassador for Women's Economic Empowerment since 2014

Collective Changes, International Women Empowering Network in Washington. Objectives are Gender Economics for Social, Political and Economic Stability Globally Oct 2014 – until now
H.E. Madame Sabine Balve, Founder and President of World Leaders Forum Dubai agreed with Miss Romero Gail, Founder & CEO of Collective Changes, Advisor to Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation UK & AU, Past Chair of North America China Council and Advisor to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Technology Partners Network,  Vice-Chair of the Advisory Council for Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics to work together, appointed as advisory boards to each others boards in order to implement gender economics, education, adult and youth leadership development, integration of gender parity to advance the social, political and economic stability globally.

COLLECTIVE CHANGES is a partnership of the best software, technology, curricula and social business operators around the worl…

Member of the Advisory Board - International Affairs at AFRICAN ACHIEVERS AWARD (Oct 2014 – Present)

Honoured and delighted to be appointed as the first white lady at the Advisory Board of the AFRICAN ACHIEVERS AWARDS for International Affairs. Together with Honorable Mr Rex Idaminabo, Founder & CEO of the African Achievers Awards. Most recently he was granted an interview with FORBES Magazine and with fellow Award recipients who include:

The Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa; The Rt. Hon. Joyce Banda, then President of Malawi; The Rt. Hon. Atta Mills, late President of Ghana; Babatunde Fashola, Governor of Lagos State, Nigeria; and Dr Rilwanu Lukman; former Secretary-General of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and many others.. Our goal is achieving changes for the voiceless of Africa and economic empowerment

"Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent with more then 1.1 billion people as of 2013. Africa's population is the youngest amongst all the continents; 50% of Africans were born in 1991 or later.…