Making Social Media Work For Women

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Hosted by Purple

Experience Stage Powered by Purple Water Corporation Road - Plot 5B VI Lagos

This panel discussion aims to demonstrate the power of social media. Exploring the  potential it has to break down barriers – geographic, age, status, gender etc. Purple is showing the value in using social media as a development tool to other bodies / organisations who are working towards empowering women. Using the panelists case studies, we show the access and participation social media affords women to become successful. This is a practical example of one of Purple’s core beliefs which is that everyone should be able to live their true potential free from discrimination.

The panel is hosted by Purple – a movement for a 50:50 world that seeks to help young women and men reach their full potential and create a better society for everyone. Purple challenges negative attitudes around what women and men can and can’t do, and aims to give everyone the skills they need to succeed, regardless of gender. Find out more about Purple at

Venue & Location

Experience Stage Powered by Purple

Water Corporation Road - Plot 5B
VI, Lagos

Social Media Week

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Making Social Media Work For Women

Hosted by Purple

  • Aisha Abubakar


    Aisha Abubakar

    Minister of State

    Federal Ministry of Trade, Industry & Investment

  • Chioma Agwuegbo


    Chioma Agwuegbo

    Social Media Strategist

    CC Consulting Services

  • Chinelo Anohu-Amazu


    Chinelo Anohu-Amazu

    Director General

    National Pension Commission

  • Aisha Augie-Kuta


    Aisha Augie-Kuta


    Center For Art & Creative Talent

  • Tara Fela-Durotoye


    Tara Fela-Durotoye


    House of Tara

  • Modupe Ladipo


    Modupe Ladipo