Akosua Dardaine Edwards is an author and entrepreneur who believes in radical self-love. She is also from Trinidad and Tobago.
In this talk, she shares a powerful story of how a group of African women helped her tap into her own story. They asked her simple question that changed her perspective on life. Here is what she had to say
Akosua Dardaine Edwards is the founder of the Enabling Enterprise Project. The Enabling Enterprise Project is a progressive and interactive programme, which partner with Caribbean and international women’s business support agencies, policy makers and women entrepreneurs from all over the world for the enhancement, empowerment, exchange of ideas and experience and best practice of women’s enterprise and entrepreneurship worldwide.
Akosua has travelled and worked throughout countries such as the United Kingdom, Uganda, India, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Kenya and her native Trinidad and Tobago working with women and youth entrepreneurs combining her expertise of entrepreneurship, empowerment and transformation and sharing lessons on the Journey.