Anino Emuwa

How to unlock the power of women’s leadership

Video Summary

There are still too few women in top leadership roles such as CEO positions or as Heads of State or Government. Yet research shows that gender-balanced leadership is associated with improved organizational performance as well as economic development and social progress.

This talk explores the origins of gender stereotypes in the workplace and discusses how this create barriers to women’s progress. It concludes by suggesting how to overcome biases to create inclusive workplaces in order to harness the power of women’s leadership. Dr. Anino Emuwa is a global expert in the field of D, E & I working at the intersection of women’s leadership, entrepreneurship and emerging technologies. She is the Managing Director of Avandis Consulting in France and the founder of 100 Women @ Davos. A former corporate banker with Citibank, Anino has over twenty years of international corporate governance experience and sits on the board of several organizations and institutions.

An award-winning international key note speaker, Anino was recently named one of the Top 100 Women of the Future: Metaverse and Web3, and a LinkedIn Top Voice in Gender Equity. She is a member of the jury for Cartier Women’s Initiative and the Jack Ma Foundation’s Africa’s Business Heroes where she mentors impact entrepreneurs.

Anino earned her Doctorate in Business Administration from Nottingham Business School, holds an MBA from Cranfield School of Management and a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics. She is a global citizen who has travelled to over forty countries, lived in six and speaks English and French fluently. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.


Year: 2023 Category: English