Lillian Nkosazana Moremi

Entreprenuer, advocate for academic excellence

BiographyEdit

Lillian Nkosazana Moremi is a couch, public speaker, Youth Development Practitioner, entrepreneur and a human rights activist. Born in Mogoditshane, Kweneng Region in Botswana. Lillian has more than 10 years of experience in driving the country’s youth development agenda, specifically in youth leadership, and preparing young people for the labor market, access to sustainable jobs, and promoting youth employment services. She is the founder of Botswana Student Network and is currently a Learning and Development consultant at Career Coaching (Pty) Ltd, a social enterprise she founded in 2013 to promote skills development and productivity in the workplace.[1] She is an accounting graduate from University of Capetown and an alumini for Mandela Washington Fellowship 2018. She was part of the African's top 30 under 30 inspirational young people in 2016 and the first motswana to travel to Antarctica.

QuotesEdit

  • We are the change makers
  • All of us have to act responsibly.
  • Lillian Nkosazana Moremi Interview (September 2017) Retrieved 05 July 2022
  • "Young women need to invest in their personal development and we need to educate women especially in the rural areas who don't understand much about their rights."
  • Botswana: 'We Need to Educate Women!, ( August 2014) by Levi Mberego Retrieved 05 July 2022
  • Identify a challenge in your area and see how best you can help.
  • “Your voice is important. Use it!”
  • Young people should continue to lead their own learning from the people they meet, the events they go to, and the books they read.
  • self-empowerment is the best way to help ourselves find opportunities of growth and work
  • As youth, we should never give up on our dreams no matter how hard things may be.
  • There is always light at the end of the tunnel.
  • Let’s remain patient and keep our eyes on the ball.”
  • From Student To Teacher: How Lillian Moremi Shows Youth the Way (20 November 2020), By Young African Leaders Initiative Retrieved 13 July 2022

External ReferencesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Ephraim Modise (10). Five African women leading the way to COVID-19 recovery in Botswana. World Bank. Retrieved on 16, 2022. Retrieved on November, 2022.