The deligence in putting the required effort into doing anything in order to achieve desired result. We believe that success comes through sets of pre-determined hardwork.
Giving a person same standards (as you would do anyone else) in status, rights and opportunities. We seek for equal platforms to achieve and live our dreams.
The seeking after and application of knowledge, skills and abilities for use to ones own advantage. We believe a woman’s greatest asset is her Intelligence.
The treatment of a person with great importance, admiration and immeasurable value. We believe that women are to earn respect due to their abilities, qualities and achievements.
HEIR is a social enterprise born out of the need to see more young women take on more decision making position and venture into leadership opportunities.
HEIR is the representation of our values which are Hardwork, Equality, Intelligence, Respect. These are values that women across all nations, need to be equipped with, imbibe and adopt.
Mission – To support in the elevation of women for leadership and decision making positions.
Vision- To see a nation where women are chosen and included in nation building.
Goal- To be the one stop shop for tools and skillsets relevant for today’s woman in order to give her a fair and balanced platform to lead.
about The founder
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