Founder @ She Forum Africa
Inimfon Etuk is a development Specialist, Public Relations & Communications Professional. She is the Founder, She Forum Africa, a Women Development, Leadership, Mentorship & Lifestyle Community aimed at amplifying personal development opportunities for African women and girls through strategic mentoring and life-long learning.
A gifted communicator and facilitator, her trademark skill is in helping others nurture good ideas into real opportunities. Her portfolio includes hands-on technical expertise and a unique range of experience in public relations/public communication, journalism, inter-generational diplomacy, gender development, social entrepreneurship, youth leadership and mentorship, enabling her to design effective stakeholder engagement and management strategies across board. Steeped in diplomacy and versed in socio-political and international affairs, She has over a 24-year period managed organizational projects of select non-profit groups initiated in partnership with various international development organisations as the UNDP, British Council, DFID, USAID and UN Women to implement target development goals.
Her passion for constructive cross-generational engagement earned her a coveted youth leadership award in 2003 from the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) for “Synergy of Thought and Action”. She is a 2016 recipient of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) Rare Gem Award for “Exemplary Leadership and Dedication to Mentoring of Girls and Women”; recipient of the Women Economic Forum (WEF) 2019 Global Award for “Iconic Woman Creating a Better World”; 2015 alumna of the International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP) of the United States Government; and UN Women inaugural Special Service Consultant for the African Women Leaders Network (AWLN) Nigeria Chapter. She is the author of “Communication” – a development handbook published by the British Council/DFID (2006). Widely travelled with affiliations to various high net-worth circles, she works with her team to facilitate positive change by improving individual and corporate images as well as social intelligence skills.