WINDHOEK, 13 AUG – Recognised as a United States of America author, CEO, leader and founder of Pursue your Purpose, Tamiko Cuellar has made strides in this world and on Wednesday 15 August at UNAMs Leisure Centre, she will share her experiences during a public talk themed: “Women as Leaders in Entrepreneurship.”
Also a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Cuellar is a proven leader in the marketplace among small business owners in the United States and internationally. She has also been recognized for her leadership abilities, has been invited to speak at Microsoft, the City of St. Louis, the Center for the Acceleration of African American Business (CAAAB), churches, conferences, on several radio programs, to name a few.
Cuellar has also been featured on Forbes.com, in The Huffington Post, the St. Louis Business Journal, on ABC, STL TV and on the cover of the UK-based Small Business Owner Magazine for her work with entrepreneurs and was nominated for the 2013 Business Influencer Award and in 2016 recognized by The Women’s Business Journals as a Woman on the Move.
In 2016, she was appointed as a Mentor to emerging entrepreneurs in Kenya and Uganda as part of billionaire Tony Elumelu’s Entrepreneurship Program which funds and develops new enterprises throughout the continent of Africa. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW). She also served as an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management at City Vision University.
Tamiko’s focus areas are Entrepreneurship and Economic Development and the talk will address the 12 skill sets necessary to be successful in business. The public engagement is offered in partnership with UNAM’s Namibia Business School.
Those interested may sign up at: https://namibiaentrepreneurs.com/