VP Howard-Taylor leadership credential swells -Shortlisted amongst 100 most Influential African Women
MONROVIA – Liberia’s Vice President, Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor’s leadership credential is undoubtedly replete with massive successes, following her latest nomination amongst the 100 most Influential African Women in 2022.
Leading Africa PR & Rating Firm has announced the 4th and 2022 edition of its annual publication of the 100 most Influential African Women to celebrate African women in leadership who continue to inspire the next generation.
According to Prince Akpah, MD of Advance Media, the 4th edition of the list features women from a record of 36 African countries and represents women who are changing the perception of women breaking barriers in their career, business, and life pursuits.
The list is made up of prominent women who are making significant contributions in the areas of leadership, politics, and overall governance; which includes 2 Presidents, 5 Vice Presidents, 5 Prime Ministers, Ministers, Regional CEOs, and founders of both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Madam Vice President’s leadership credential continues to swell as a leading voice for the empowerment of women on the African continent. It can be recalled that the Vice President was shortlisted in 2019 and this year’s nomination further solidifies her role as one of Africa’s most powerful female politicians.
Advance Media is a PR Rating Firm that focuses on reporting the success stories of Africa by changing the narrative of the continent through the comprehensive ranking of personalities and organizations across a range of sectors.