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First Women Network Photo-splash

First Women Network Photo-splash

On March 9, 2019, First Bank Nigeria, launched the First Women Network, to mark the International Women’s Day 2019.

It’s an initiative that seeks to address the gender gap and increase the participation of women at senior and executive levels, in order to tap into the opportunities present by enabling our women contribute more.

The six pillars on which the network stands are:

1. Career Management

2. Networking

3. Personal Branding

4. Mentoring & Sponsorship

5. Welfare & Support

6. Financial Planning & Empowerment

Female members of staff and non-staff were celebrated, and treated to a performance from HearWord. Below are some of the pictures from the event.

L-R – Bashirat Odunewu – Group Executive, International Banking Group – FirstBank, Lampe Omoyele – MD, Nitro121, Folake Ani-Mumuney – Group Head, Marketing & Corporate Communications, Adia Sowho – MD, Mines, Yemi Faseun – Head, Human Resources, FBNQuest Merchant Bank, Mrs Bola Adesola – Snr Vice Chairman, Standard Chartered, Ibukun Awosika – Chairman Board of Directors, FirstBank, Cecilia Akintomide, OON- Independent Non-Executive Director, FBNHoldings, Mrs Sola Oworu – Independent Non-Executive Director, FirstBank; Rosie Ebe-Arthur, Group Head, HCMD, FirstBank ; Irene Netimah, Company Secretary, FirstBank

 

L-R – Irene Netimah, Company Secretary; Folake Ani-Mumuney, Group Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications; Dr. Adesola Adedutan, Chief Executive Officer; Rosie Ebe-Arthur, Group Head, Human Capital Management and Development; Oluwatoyin Akinwuntan, Group Head, Energy (Downstream)

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L-R – Abimbola Ibukunle – Aina, Business Manager, Retail Banking Lagos and West (Ibadan); Dr. Remi Oni, Group Executive, Corporate Banking Group; Beatrice Fombo, Head Branch Services, Retail Banking Services, Port Harcourt; Adetola Oloke, Business Manager, Retail Banking Lagos and West (Ibadan)

 

L-R – Olufunke Smith, Group Head, Retail Business Group, Retail Banking Lagos and West Lagos Island 1 and Olaitan Martins, Group Head, Corporate Banking Group (Manufacturing)

 

L-R- Oluwatoyin Akinwuntan, Group Head, Energy (Downstream); Bashirat Odunewu, Group Executive, International Banking Group; Olaitan Martins, Group Head, Corporate Banking Group (Manufacturing)

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Folasade Femi-Lawal, Head, Card Business, E-Business Group and Aderonke Adeyinka, Head, Card and Messaging Services, E-Business Group

 

L-R- Ifeoma Fafunwa, Creative Director, Hear Word; Ufuoma McDermott, Oluchi Harris, Elvina Ibru, Arese Ugwu

Members of the First Women Network Working Group – all smiles after the successful launch of the initiative

L-R-  Oyebola Oyedele; Onyinye Kade, Sub Dean, Human Capital Management and Development; Ademidun Coker, Employee Relations Specialist, Human Capital Management and Development; Dupe Marc-Daoudu, Managing Partner Marcforte Consulting

Say cheese! When it comes to the selfie game, FirstBankers take the lead

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View Comments (2)
  • Always so nice to see women of intellectual resource mingle to celebrate further development of the feminine. Cheers to First Bank of Nigeria plc for the initiative.

  • It’s so much exciting mood when women with purpose have such a great networking – that’s important for collective social development as well. Kudos to First Bank of Nigeria plc for creating the rewarding platform.

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