Zimbabwean Woman, Jennifer Ndlovu, Nominated For 2 Global Awards6 months ago
An Australia-based Zimbabwean woman, Jennifer Ndlovu, has been nominated for two gongs at the forthcoming 2023 Women Changing the World Awards.
Ndlovu (33), from Bulawayo, works for Australia-based Agilyx under the Africa Group.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in 2012.
The winners of the 2023 Women Changing the World Awards will be announced at an event in London, United Kingdom on 18 April.
From the 50 categories, Jennifer Ndlovu is a finalist in the Woman in Tech and Woman in Corporate grouping.
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For the Woman in Tech award, Ndlovu is the only African nominee.
The other nominees for the award are Cara Antoine (Netherlands), Maysoon Zayid (USA), Grace Galdos (Netherlands), Katrinas Macdermid (Australia), Margaret Gabanu (Australia), Safia Augeni (Switzerland) and Yuki Aizawa (Malaysia). B-Metro quoted Ndlovu as saying:
Being nominated is a big honour. I’m very much happy to make it to the finals.
This nomination is a confirmation of the positive impact that women are making all over the world.
The Women Changing The World Awards is a global awards program that recognises Women changemakers globally.
Meanwhile, Ndlovu recently transitioned to Salesforce from being a driver for Plan International. She said:
I have a marketing background but recently transitioned to Salesforce from being a driver for Plan International.
I call myself a Ninja woman because of what I have gone through to be where I am now. I am a Salesforce Certified Professional who has hands-on experience with the Salesforce Platform.
I am actively engaged in multiple Salesforce communities and groups to increase my Salesforce knowledge, awareness, and professional connections.
I am currently the first Salesforce women in tech group leader for Zimbabwe where I am mentoring women and not excluding men to embrace the world of technology and join the Salesforce ecosystem.
I, however, do not limit the group membership to individuals in Zimbabwe, but I welcome men and women from all over the world.
I share my story with them and guide them through their Salesforce career. To me, mentorship is my calling and I totally love it.
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