Finding balance can be quite a challenge, especially if you are a woman who juggles so many things all at once: family, business, career etc. Patrice Juah, our Ladybrille Woman of the Month Alum, January 2018, understands that juggle so well. The ex-beauty queen, author, and entrepreneur explains how she learned to finally create balance. …
Patrice Juah is a Mandela Washington Fellow of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), Writer, Poet, Entrepreneur, Broadcaster, Communications Strategist, Girls’ Education Advocate, Global Speaker and former Miss Liberia, dedicated to changing Liberia’s image within the international community. She strives to motivate and empower young women by supporting several local non-profit organizations’ efforts in educating women on topics such as HIV/AIDs, teenage pregnancy, education, and workforce development. She is also the Founder and Creative Director of Moie, a diversified social enterprise with core competencies in media, public relations, events planning and retail management services.
She has received numerous recognitions including as a keynote speaker at the Global Entrepreneurship Week in Geneva, Switzerland (2016), as the national keynote speaker at the International Day of the Girl Child (2015) – Ministry of Gender and Children’s Protection – Liberia, and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Girls Education in Africa Conversation – Washington D.C (2014).
- Patrice’s vision for 2018
- Patrice answers our ‘Woman of the Month’ staple questions
- Patrice delves into her personal background
- Building a brand
- Her work as a writer
- Her philanthropic work
- Her diverse roles as creator, business owner, and philanthropist.
- Advice for young women.
WHERE TO FIND PATRICE JUAH
ABOUT THE LADYBRILLE WOMAN OF THE MONTH FEATURE
The ‘Ladybrille Woman of the Month’ is a feature on Ladybrillemag.com that celebrates women who empower themselves and others through their contributions and actions in their local and international communities. These women are intelligent, courageous, confident, and innovative. They strive for balance in their personal lives (whether emotionally, mentally, and spiritually), are persistent, and when they fall, they get right back up. These women honor and stand in their truths. They are business and community leaders, visionaries, trailblazers and game changers. They are our sisters, aunties, mothers, friends and so much more. They are “Ladybrille” (brilliant) women.
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