Hirsch’s Strubens Valley recently attended the launch of the first Female Wave of Change global celebration which took place at The Campus in Bryanston, Johannesburg. The guest speakers included Yvonne Busisiwe Kgame from YBK Consulting. Close to 45 ladies gathered together at this this conference, organised by Ambassador for Female Wave of Change, Tebello Mokhema.
The purpose of FWC is to create a platform where women meet and share knowledge as well as creating opportunities in this rapidly changing world.
Commented Dorette Nel, PRO, Hirschs Strubens Valley, “ I don’t think any of us were expecting the effect to hit us as hard and deeply as it did. Women ranging from 20 something to 60 something and those of us in the middle, attended this phenomenal event. What an incredible day!”
The global theme for the launch was: “ Creating a better world using our feminine energy and our feminine values”
“Since the official start on January 20,2017, Female Wave of Change has been expanding internationally and is now represented in 20 countries namely New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Lebanon, Qatar, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, The Netherlands, Uk, Brazil and USA” said Dorette
Women around the world showed up at this event and brought their magic. This global celebration included live streaming worldwide.
“Women who have lived nightmares and turned their stories into powerful teaching. Women who are on a mission to use their Feminine Energy to teach, inspire, uplift, guide, share, because after all, that is the nature of our energy. Women who ARE the change they want to see in the world” commented a fellow team member, Ruth Simwanza. “It’s a great time to be alive! It’s an honour to bear witness and participate in such a phenomenal movement. Our energy as women will be harnessed and our power unleashed. We are well on our way! Thank you Female Wave of Change, Thank you Ambassador Tebello Mokhema. May the work of your hands and heart be forever blessed. Go forth and go with feminine confidence”, concluded Ruth.