The Life Coaches Association of Nigeria has inaugurated Omawumi Ogbe, as its first female President.
A statement said during the inauguration ceremony in Lagos, the Chairman of the board of trustees, Dr Lanre Olusola, said, “The election which led to the emergence of its first female president and also resulted in 71 per cent of women being voted into executive and leadership positions reflects inclusivity, diversity and the all-encompassing, robustness and the forward-thinking nature of LCAN.”
Giving the charge at the inauguration, Olusola, said, “LCAN is being positioned as a global brand with accredited members across Nigeria and Africa. Ours is an association that adheres to global ethics and standards and will collaborate with existing coaching certification academies in Nigeria and Africa to standardise their content and the practice of their graduate coaches.”
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Ogbe, succeeded the immediate past President, Enahoro Okhae, who successfully piloted the association’s affairs as president in the last four years.
In her acceptance speech, Ogbe, said, “The new administration would focus on four cardinal goals: inclusiveness, growth and development of LCAN, improved welfare for members, increased numbers in membership and a significant increase in the association’s finances.
“This new exco will work as a unified team to improve upon the collective achievements of past leaders. We have a defined agenda to solidify LCAN’s indispensable role in growth, nation-building and transformation, as well as an environment for members to thrive in their individual practices.”