Mahawa Kaba Wheeler

Mahawa Kaba Wheeler

Director of Women, Gender & Development, Africa Union

Mrs Mahawa Kaba-Wheeler is the Director of Women, Gender and Development Department at the African Union Commission. Reporting to the Chairperson on all matters related to gender equality and women’s empowerment, Mrs. Kaba-Wheeler’s vision is to concretize the African Union’s commitments to this critical continental priority areas like energy, infrastructure, finance etc an essential lever towards its realization. One of her big achievment is the development of the New African Union Strategy for Gender Egquality &Women Empowerment (GEWE).

Her objective is to implement AU decision on parity 2025 within the AUC. Prior to joining the AU, Mrs. Kaba-Wheeler served in Advisory and Programme Management positions at the UN and International Development and Humanitarian Organizations across sub-Saharan Africa. Mrs. Kaba-Wheeler holds a Master in Law from the University of Gamal Abdel Nasser in her native Republic of Guinea and a Master’s of Science in Project Management from the  George Washington University in the USA.
 

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Thursday 08/11/2018

From 08:00 To 09:15

11/08/2018 08:00 11/08/2018 09:15 AOWomen Breakfast Briefing Driving Capacity and Equality in Africa’s Energy Market

As the world`s energy mix shifts and demand continues to outstrip supply, the sector needs the next wave of pioneers and thought leaders who can secure the future global energy mix. Within this session we will hear from pioneers, stateswomen and business leaders on the importance of robust roadmaps for the development of gender equality and youth empowerment that will plant the seed for our next generation of global energy leaders.

 
CTICC

CTICC

"AOWomen Breakfast Briefing"

Kelly Latter Lindiwe Mekwe Mahawa Kaba Wheeler Pam Darwin Tracey Henderson
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 08:00 To 09:15

11/08/2018 08:00 11/08/2018 09:15 AOWomen Breakfast Briefing Driving Capacity and Equality in Africa’s Energy Market

As the world`s energy mix shifts and demand continues to outstrip supply, the sector needs the next wave of pioneers and thought leaders who can secure the future global energy mix. Within this session we will hear from pioneers, stateswomen and business leaders on the importance of robust roadmaps for the development of gender equality and youth empowerment that will plant the seed for our next generation of global energy leaders.

 
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