Let Savvy Females be your catalyst for change and growth.
Today’s focus set the foundation for our future. If we want to contribute to a better world, few things are more powerful than to support the leaders who have what it takes to put change in motion.
Savvy Females believe in the concept of a new generation of leaders who are here to transform our societies and our world. Leaders that lead the way for a new model of unification and encourage us to build bridges between cultures, continents and economic levels. Leaders that are here to lighten up the way for us to transition from a world of separation to a unified world we are commonly responsible for.
Savvy Females are a proud supporter of female leaders that we believe hold a golden key for change in their nations, their cultures and for the entire human family. We proudly support and focus on female leaders who create opportunities for women in their local communities and countries, women who supports other women and the leaders we believe have solutions for breaking through unhealthy cultural patterns, solve socio-economic imbalances and supports financial and social sustainability.
The Savvy Females model collaborate with a selection of female game changers with proven business models ready to scale up. We support the leaders business goals and contributes with an empowering community to promote growth and synergies to lay a solid foundation for them to make an even greater impact.
Fatemaa is a Barrister, called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Hon’ble Society of the Inner Temple. Ms Ahsan comes from a political, academic and business family in Bangladesh. She followed the family’s tradition of contributing to the society since her return to the country after nine years of formal education in England. Academically, she has pursued an LL.B Hons degree, an LL.M degree inInternational Commercial Law from City University of London and a Masters degree on International Studies & Diplomacy from SOAS, University ofLondon. She is an accredited Civil & Commercial Mediator. In addition Miss Ahsan is a visiting professor at Asian University for Women, Chattogram. She mentors students and young women across the world to become equality champions. Her moto is to create a happy and sustainable community. She is a passionate artist and was associated with Queensgate Studio, Kensington. She brings her passion for colours into life and takes part in various art workshops for under privileged children to promote art and culture in children. Prior to starting her career in Bangladesh in 2017, Miss Ahsan has worked and volunteered with Hope for Children, Unicef, Save the Children, Refugee YouthProject, Camden Council and other local authorities, educational institutions and charities in London. She was the student ambassador and outreach mentor at London South Bank University and City University of London during her educational career. Miss Ahsan has brought her breadth of knowledge and experience from the UK to her career in Bangladesh. She has been conferred up on with the prestigious “Women of Excellence” award at the 25th Annual WEF conference 2019 in New Delhi.
Fatemaa has worked in the humanitarian field since the last ten years and is the founder of “No Passport Voice”, a charitable organisation in Bangladesh. Check out her incredible work here ==> http://www.nopassportvoice.org/
Fatemaa is right now authoring her debut book on women’s health, named “The big F affecting the quality of my life”. Stay tuned for info about the launch.
‘’My goal is to provide quality education to restore human dignity and encourage gender equality. With this goal as a mission, we can foresee more peace and justice with reduced inequalities and that everyone, abled or disabled, men or women, will be given the opportunity to step up and be the strong, soulful, success they are destined to be.” - Zai Miztiq
Zai is a passionate believer in the potential of people and guides them into and through the process of breakthroughs. She is convinced that growth is inevitable, though it is a choice to delay it or stay stagnant.
Zai Miztiq, also known as the walking and talking miracle, is a global speaker, author, trainer, model and life coach. Her works have reached out to thousands across Asia, UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Zai is part of the alumni of the Women’s Leadership Academy of the USDepartment of State. She was nominated for ‘The Most Compassionate Womenpreneur Award’ in 2019, awarded the ‘Kindness Advocate’ and ambassador of VOLK – Voice of Loving Kindness by Singapore Kindness Movement and conferred as ‘101 MostFabulous Global Coaching Leader 2020’ by World HRD Congress and one of the‘Iconic Women Creating a Better World for All‘ in March 2020 at the WomenEconomic Forum.
Despite her success momentum, little is known of the tragedy that struck her in April 2005. After a painful recovery from an accident that broke her spine and almost rendered her paralysed, Zai's determination for a come back redefined her life's mission and that became a driving force for her to positively impact humanity.
Through her program "Step Up with Zai Miztiq" Zai aim to impact 100 000 woman and youth throughout the upcoming year. Contact email@example.com to hear more about how you can participate.
“Dear Zai, Once again, congratulations on the publication of your book. Listening to you, I feel greatly inspired too. I am sure that young people will be inspired by your story.” President Mdm Halimah Yacob, First Female President of Singapore
Sanjana Dixit is the Founder& Executive Director of RutuChakra, an organization promoting personal and menstrual hygiene amongst individuals of all ages and backgrounds. She is very passionate about women empowerment especially the menstrual movement, and through RutuChakra, strives to achieve the ideal world where all menstruatorscan menstruate with dignity. This passion is her driving force, constantly pushing her forward and enabling her to overcome any challenge or setback alongthe way.
She is currently an 18-year-old student at theUniversity of California Los Angeles, majoring in Molecular Biology and Business Economics. In 2019, Sanjana became one of the youngest socialentrepreneurs to receive the award 'Young Leaders Creating a Better World for All' at the Women Economic Forum. She has been chosen as one of the Top 10Young Changemakers from India by Ashoka Organization. Sanjana believes that every individual has the power to make a change, and actively works to empower and inspire other millennials.
Apart from being a reproductive right activist, Sanjana is also a passionate feminist working to achieve gender equality. She has panelled on prestigious platforms such as the'Golden Girls Conclave' by Malabar Gold & Diamond in association with theTimes of India and the 'Lead Young Forum' by Ashoka Organisation.
JOIN SANJANA ON HER MISSION TO SUPPORT 10 000 OF OUR FELLOW SISTERS IN INDIA!!! Sanjana's organization have until today supported 6.000 women in her region and the next milestone is to reach 10.000 supported women. 500,- rupies which is $7 support one women one entire year. Savvy Fremales is a contributer and supporter for Sanjana & her Indian sisters in the slum area and we invite all of you to join on our mission!
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