“From 2013 up to now, I serve 300 girls who are from one year to 12, among which 100 are homeless. I help them through healing process, education , entrepreneurship and protection. And I make sure to share my story with the victims of rape with the point of giving them hope and bring their smiles back.” – Jocelyne Salam Sacerdoce, Human Right Activist, 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow
Progressive African Network welcomed Human Right Activist, 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow, Jocelyne Salama Sacerdoce as the Keynote Speaker to our 1st Annual Boston African Entrepreneurship Expo- the first of its kind here in Boston USA. Additionally, PAN provided network opportunity for Jocelyne with couple African Diaspora groups and leaders. Her presence here in the United States was valuable and inspirational to many.
- PAN organized network opportunity for Jocelyne to meet with incredible and talented social entrepreneurs from Canopy City, a startup- and social impact- focused coworking space and incubator based in Somerville, Massachusetts; Lisbon, Portugal; Exeter, United Kingdom; and Beijing, ChinaCity Officials, State Representative
- PAN organized a one on one networking session with Katia Powell, the CEO/Founder of Black Girls Nutrition.
- Mrs Jocelyne Salama Sacerdoce had the opportunity to meet and greet The National Society of Black Engineers’ (NSBE): a 501(C)(3) non-profit association dedicated to the academic and professional success of African-American engineering students and professionals. + Greet CEO African Diaspora Leaders
- PAN also organized networking session for Jocelyne to meet with Boston Roundtable Diaspora Initiative Leaders
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