Cameroonian born US-based socialite Lady Kate Njeuma has been appointed first ever ambassador for women empowerment group International Women Think Tank (IWTT).
Brenda Morant, Chair and founder of IWTT told Iroko Africa: “We are very honoured to have Lady Kate as an Ambassador to the International Women’s Think Tank (IWTT) and International Women’s Center (IWC).”
Honorary ambassadors of the IWTT are famous celebrities and prominent people who influence and are willing to do their utmost to mobilise support to empower women and to articulate IWTT’s message of hope among the general public and their industry.
The IWTT located in Georgia “promotes intellectual research, critical thinking and innovative solutions on issues related to women and girls; who are the fastest growing economic group. As the world becomes more global, IWTT works to empower women and girls by increasing intercultural understanding, driving economic growth, exploring collaborative opportunities and partnerships that uplift the human condition and improves their quality of life.”
It also strives to be an epic centre for women and girls by creating the tools, tutorials, and resources necessary to provide a safe environment for women to develop their businesses and organisations, while balancing their practical life through professional development and lifestyle coaching. The International Women’s Think Tank cares about every aspect of women’s and girls’ lifes from the farmer, through the stay-at-home mother, to the CEO.
The new Ambassador Lady Kate Njeuma is best known as founder of the Miss Africa USA. Created in 2005, the Miss Africa USA is an annual pageant and one of the best known African organised events in the USA. Kathy Onwu, 25-year-old Nigerian beauty was recently crowned the 2013 queen of the pageant.
Lady Kate Njeuma is now resident in Maryland, USA. She is married with two children. Lady Kate founded the Miss Africa USA Pageant after relocating to the United States from England.
The pageant empowers young African women who campaign on various issues that affect girls and women across the African continent.