The Dawn Event

16 September 2018

I was a perfect way to end off woman’s month with the Dawn event. It was a day filled with inspiration, excitement, and positivity.
With 100 women who gathered at The Park – House of Events Hyde Park in Johannesburg two Saturday ago. Most of the guests were personally selected by Dawn through an online competition. Winners were chosen to take part in Saturday’s event where they enjoyed panel discussions from influential South African women and role models.

“Dawn believes in the young women of South Africa and wants to empower them to progress, confident in themselves and their abilities,” said Sphelele Mjadu, Unilever Africa PR Lead for Africa, “We have committed to becoming a facilitator of mentorship and this event was just the first step. This is an ongoing journey for Dawn.”

Out of all the speakers that were present DJ Zinhle of which was the most relatable for me. She shared some insights and advice based on her experiences and daily life as a mother and a businesswoman.
With her book Meet Your Power that shares lessons that women have learned while on their journey through life. Offers women inspiration, encouraging them to reach their highest power.

DJ Zinhle ”l drop the ball all the time. I’ve learned that its okay to make mistakes”.

Out of all the speakers that were present DJ Zinhle of which was the most relatable for me. She shared some insights and advice based on her experiences and daily life as a mother and a businesswoman.

With her book Meet Your Power that shares lessons that women have learned while on their journey through life. Offers women inspiration, encouraging them to reach their highest power.

I had made a decision to vlog this event which was a total failure due to the fact that I just couldn’t concentrate on handling my camera and listening alternatively.
Unfrtueanlty I couldn’t take you with on the day.

Vlogging was nothing but pure displeasure. Not for any reason other then I was more interested in what was being said.I apologize. In all even though my post is not as informative as I would have liked, overall it was an event I will forever remember.

 

Thank You, to Dawn