By Frank Ulom
Ms Cynthia Maduekwe, an Engineering Student from the University of Calabar, UNICAL, has been accepted into the prestigious Future Female Leaders in Energy Programme.
CONVERSEER learned that Maduekwe earned the selection through hard work and her growing urge to network and expand the energy section.
A congratulatory message to the student, read, “You have been accepted into the prestigious Future Female Leaders in Energy Programme! Congratulations on this significant achievement.
“The Future Females in Energy Programme is a unique opportunity designed to equip aspiring women like you with the skills, knowledge, and networks needed to thrive in the energy sector. We believe that your presence in this programme will not only benefit your career but also contribute to a more diverse and inclusive future for the industry.
“To Officially kickstart your journey, we cordially invite you to our “Future Females in Energy Programme Enrollment Workshop.” This workshop will provide you with all the information, resources, and support required to make the most of this exceptional opportunity.”
The “Future Female Leaders in Energy” programme is a groundbreaking initiative aimed at empowering participants to assume leadership roles, utilising their newfound expertise and confidence to drive positive change within their organisations and the broader industry.
This significant achievement marks a milestone in Maduekwe’s career.
The programme, aimed at empowering and equipping women with the skills and knowledge required to lead in the energy sector is facilitated by the African Management Institute, AMI, and funded by the United Kingdom, UK AID, and Transforming Energy Access, is in collaboration with the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Cynthia Maduekwe, widely known as CyanahPEN, is UNICAL’s Faculty of Engineering and Technology UNICAL Director of Information, and the Founder of Renewable Energy Club.