Isabel dos Santos and the Unity of Africa

Isabel dos Santos was able to inspire and motivate thousands of people during a United Nations debate that was held in New York. People know her for being the wealthiest woman in Africa and for being a woman who is compassionate, dedicated, and hard working (Dailyfoxreport).


 She was able to share her story and her experience being the daughter of the previous President of Angola as well as the economic development and empowerment of the society of Africa particularly women. According to her, women have the power to transform society because of their abilities, beliefs, leadership, and talents. The goal of Isabel dos Santos is to become a source of inspiration among the youth and women in Africa. She encourages them to speak and to pursue their ambitions in life because nothing is impossible especially if you believe in your own capabilities. 


In addition to this, Dos Santos is one of the most successful businesswomen across the world. She remains driven and she is willing to share her entrepreneurial spirit among other women. She strongly believes in the ability of other people to greatly contribute, make an influence on the youth, and develop the growth of Africa. Achieving your ambitions is possible by accessing the same education as men, having the same job opportunities, and more. Dos Santos wants to help other women gain the confidence that they need in order for them to change their perspective, see the importance of education, and do well in their own careers. 


This devoted philanthropist  has a positive vision for Africa. She sees a country that will adapt to change, encourage steady growth, and the economic freedom of women. Isabel dos Santos wants other women to educate themselves about entrepreneurship so that they can engage in several businesses and learn how to effectively innovate and create strategic solutions. She is a passionate entrepreneur and a good leader which is why she wants to build more jobs, provide adequate training, and break the negative stigma in Africa. Women are also capable of financial stability and a strong influence in the economy of other countries.

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