Award-winning marketer and business owner, Olalah Njenga to present “Set Yourself Up for a Breakthrough” as the inaugural topic for NCCU School of Business launch of Global Speakers Series on March 22, 2012
Njenga, known for her matter-of-fact presentation style, will share one of her signature messages “Set Yourself Up for a Breakthrough” with students, faculty and members of the Triangle business and civic communities. Njenga remarks, “I’m thrilled to kick off the Global Speaker Series. It is an incredible honor and deeply humbling to be chosen. My keynote discusses the elements of a breakthrough and how facing each day by asking a simple, yet powerful question can ignite your breakthrough in a way you never imagined. I’m looking forward to sharing this message. ”
A complimentary breakfast will be served from to in the Banquet Hall of NCCU’s W.G. Pearson Cafeteria. Njenga’s presentation will begin at A meet-and-greet and Q&A session will follow. Advanced RSVP is required via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Global Speakers Series is important to the school’s overall mission of preparing students to compete in a global marketplace and building a foundation for future career success.
About Olalah Njenga
The author of 37 What Were They Thinking Moments in Marketing, Olalah has been spotlighted on Forbes.com, Fox News and Small Business Trends. She’s a passionate small business champion who writes a column for Carolina Business Connection and is a featured expert in the 2012 Woman’s Advantage calendar. Olalah serves on several business advisory boards and is a two-time Top 50 Catalyst Entrepreneur award winner, a two-time International Stevie® Women In Business award finalist and was named a Women Extraordinaire for seeing her company to record revenue growth. Information about Olalah’s upcoming events and speaking engagements are at www.Olalah.com. For information about her company’s marketing consulting solutions, please visit www.YellowWoodGroup.com.
About The NCCU Dean’s Global Speakers
The NCCU Dean’s Global Speakers Series is an outgrowth of university’s 2020 Strategic Plan and aims to increase retention and graduation rates, enhance academic distinction and distinctiveness and foster community engagement. Each Speakers Series forum will include roundtables and provide an opportunity for students to interact one-on-one with leading business professionals and entrepreneurs. Led by Dean D. Keith Pigues, the NCCU School of Business offers six undergraduate degrees, as well as an MBA program for working professionals, including three specialized degrees. The school prepares students for success and global leadership in the 21st century.
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