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Friday, March 2 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Cultivating Confidence for Creatives FULL

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Research studies have revealed that creative professions are prone to depression and various other mental conditions at a higher rate than the general population. The purpose of this talk is share how to deal with the highs and lows of being a creative professional and how to cultivate confidence in your career and work.

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Moses Ida-Michaels

Director, AVAILSYS
Moses Ida-Michaels is a Director/co-owner of Availsys Limited. He has specialisms in tech sales covering Internet access, collaboration, cloud and industrial automation. He blends these with a passion for mental health and wellness in the workplace.Moses trained at the Copenhagen... Read More →

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Oyinda Fakeye

Creative Entrepreneur & Mindfulness Expert
Oyindamola Fakeye is a creative entrepreneur and mindfulness expert. In 2014 she started Sound Mind Africa as a platform to connect users and mental health professionals, provide holistic health promotion in the area of mental and emotional wellbeing and create advocacy around mental... Read More →
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Sharon Ojong

Creative Communications Director, D.E.E.V.A.S
I am a Creative Communication Specialist with over a decade of experience in the African fashion industry, with my focus on inspiring and empowering challenger brands to think bigger, by sharing knowledge and lifestyle across multimedia platforms.You can ask me anything on how to... Read More →
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Victor Ugo

A Medical Doctor, a Mental Health Advocate and the Founder of Mentally Aware Nigeria Initiative, a non-governmental nonprofit working to improve on the dire state of mental health and access to care for the mentally ill in Nigeria.

Friday March 2, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm WAT