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TheFutureisHer  A Women's Empowerment Initiative. (Non - Profit Organisation) Founded by Stephanie Coker Aderinokun. 📧: Submissions@thefutureisher.com

On Sunday the 8th of July, The Future Is Her a non profit organization which aims educate, connect and uplift girls and women, hosted Mrs Nike Majekodunmi, CEO of Nuts About Cakes, and six young bakers to a highly informative and interactive Bakers Brunch.

The brunch started off with a rapid fire brain game on baking ingredients, introduced by TV Presenter & Founder of The Future Is Her, Stephanie Coker-Aderinokun. The young bakers spoke about their passion for baking, their future goals in the business of baking and challenges faced in the industry.
Mrs Nike Majekodunmi shared her own journey and obstacles she faced in scaling her business. She advised them on the importance of creating a business plan and urged the girls to be patient when growing a business, as return on invest is hardly ever instant.

Founder, Stephanie Coker-Aderinokun also spoke to the girls about the importance of using social media to showcase their work and gain clients. She also encouraged them to create a group where they could stay connected, share their challenges and solutions with each other. The interactive session ended with, lunch, cake and more cake, befitting for the young bakers. ✨🙋🏾‍♀️🙌🏾 #GirlPowher #thefutureisher

On Sunday the 8th of July, The Future Is Her a non profit organization which aims educate, connect and uplift girls and women, hosted Mrs Nike Majekodunmi, CEO of Nuts About Cakes, and six young bakers to a highly informative and interactive Bakers Brunch.

The brunch started off with a rapid fire brain game on baking ingredients, introduced by TV Presenter & Founder of The Future Is Her, Stephanie Coker-Aderinokun. The young bakers spoke about their passion for baking, their future goals in the business of baking and challenges faced in the industry.
Mrs Nike Majekodunmi shared her own journey and obstacles she faced in scaling her business. She advised them on the importance of creating a business plan and urged the girls to be patient when growing a business, as return on invest is hardly ever instant.

Founder, Stephanie Coker- Aderinokun also spoke to the girls about the importance of using social media to showcase their work and gain clients. She also encouraged them to create a group where they could stay connected, share their challenges and solutions with each other. The interactive session ended with, lunch, cake and more cake, befitting for the young bakers. 🙌🏾✨🙅🏽‍♀️

On Sunday the 8th of July, The Future Is Her, a non profit organization which aims educate, connect and uplift girls and women, hosted Mrs Nike Majekodunmi, CEO of Nuts About Cakes @nikemajek.living @nutsaboutcakes_official, and six young bakers to a highly informative and interactive Bakers Brunch.

The brunch started off with a rapid fire brain game on baking ingredients, introduced by TV Presenter & Founder of The Future Is Her, @stephaniecoker . The young bakers spoke about their passion for baking, their future goals in the business of baking and challenges faced in the industry.
Mrs Nike Majekodunmi shared her own journey and obstacles she faced in scaling her business. She advised them on the importance of creating a business plan and urged the girls to be patient when growing a business, as return on invest is hardly ever instant.

Founder, Stephanie Coker-Aderinokun also spoke to the girls about the importance of using social media to showcase their work and gain clients. She also encouraged them to create a group where they could stay connected, share their challenges and solutions with each other. The interactive session ended with, lunch, cake and more cake, befitting for the young bakers.
#girlpowher #thefutureisher 🙅🏽‍♀️🙌🏾✨

We love this #tbt post by @serenawilliams
Did you know?
Before she held the record of 23 glam slam single titles, a young #Serena was once asked: “if you were to be a tennis player, who would you want to be like?” The future tennis champion responded: “Well, I’d like other people to be like me.”
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#SerenaWilliams

#Rp @stephaniecoker : Last week I had the privilege of being in the midst of Nigeria’s future leaders, the WOMEN. The importance of young people especially women being able to seek advice and encouragement from successful female leaders in their respective fields can not be overemphasised. I am so excited to introduce to you @thefutureisher “Conversations about Her Future Brunch” powered by @thefutureisher. This week 7 lucky ladies will be able to spend the afternoon with Founder of @nutsaboutcakes_official @nikemajek.living can’t wait to read all your submissions💕🙋🏽‍♀️👊🏾✍🏾

#InspiringRead
Dorothy Steel’s mind was made up. She had only been acting for three years and didn’t want to audition for some “comic strip” movie she had never heard of. At 91, Steel told herself there was no way she could learn how to speak with an African accent that the role required.

In late November 2016, Steel asked her agent to kindly decline the invitation, and went about her day.

When her 26-year-old grandson, Niles Wardell, called, Steel casually mentioned the offer. Wardell was stunned. This is not just comics, he told his grandmother, this is “Black Panther.” This is a big deal. When she still wasn’t convinced, he decided to turn the tables on the woman who has been his source of wisdom. “My grandson said to me, ‘You’re always talking about stepping out on faith. I either want you to man up or shut up,’ ” Steel recalled, laughing at the memory.

Steel would get another audition and took the chance. And now millions of people worldwide have seen her in the role of a merchant tribe elder in the 14th-highest grossing movie of all time.
At 92, Steel has become a celebrity in ways she couldn’t have imagined even a year ago. Anytime she steps outside in College Park, Ga., where she lives, she is greeted with fans asking for a selfie or autograph.

Steel’s scene-stealing lines in the film — delivered in a convincing South African accent — have inspired people that it’s never too late to try new things. “Hopefully, somebody who at 55 or 60 has decided, ‘This is all I can do,’ they will realize they have 35 more years to get things together,” Steel said. “Start now. It’s never too late. … Keep your mind open and keep faith in yourself that you can do this thing. All you have to do is step out there.”
#TheFutureIsHer
#ItsNeverTooLate

#Rp @stephaniecoker :
I feel so honoured that my passion and talent is allowing me fulfil my purpose and also helping others discover theirs. Nothing more rewarding than empowering the leaders of tomorrow! Drop your Uni and subject below, we might just pop up on your campus next😊. Thank you so much for the invite Prince Gaius (Babcock lecturer)🙌🏾🙅🏽‍♀📚@TheFutureIsHer // 📸: @whitecubepictures

Look who’s back!
Serena Williams won her first slam match since giving birth and she did it like a damn super hero!
“Cat suit anyone? For all the moms out there who had a tough recovery from pregnancy - here you go! If I can do it, so can you” she says 💪🏽
#TheFutureIsHer
#YouTooCan
#BlackGirlMagic
#SerenaWilliams

Girl! Don’t let anything stop you from breaking stereotypes!
#BlackGirlPower
#BlackGirlMagic
#TheFutureIsHer
#StaceyAbrams

Our WCW today goes to Imelme Umana (24) who In 2017, emerged as the first black woman president of the Harvard Law Review after 130 years!
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#wcw
#ImelmeUmana
#Nigerian
#BlackGirlMagic

She knew she had to make a change and she did.
#TheFutureIsHer

Tag a mother figure that inspires you, and appreciate them.
#TheFutureIsHer
#HappyMothersDay
#MothersDay

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