Engendering Change: The Business Case for Gender Diversity in the Energy Sector

A strong body of research demonstrates that companies with a greater share of women in executive positions tend to outperform their peers. This is true in Africa, and of the energy sector. And yet Africa’s energy sector remains highly male-dominated. Please join us in learning about the business case for gender diversity in Africa’s energy sector.

A Lunch Panel at Africa Energy Forum
June 8, 2017
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
AC Bella Sky
Copenhagen, Denmark
Africa Energy Forum Room #18 and Terrace space
Opening Remarks
H.E. Honorable Irene Muloni, Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda
Andrew M. Herscowitz, Coordinator for Power Africa
Tamila Nakazwe, Associate, Trinity, LLP
Panel Discussion
Moderator: Sarah Dimson, Deputy Director, Partnerships Office, Power Africa
Fransje Van der Marel, McKinsey
Ehi Obaseki and Angela Olanreqaju, Ibadan Electric Distribution Company
Lisa Pinsley, Actis
Lunch and refreshments provided compliments of Power Africa and Trinity, LLP. 
No RSVP necessary, but you must be a registered delegate at the Africa Energy Forum to attend.