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Powerful woman – Benedicta Attoh – Social activist in Ireland

Benedicta Attoh

Benedicta Attoh – Activist
Ireland

Benedicta Attoh is the founder of Dreamworld Leadership Initiative for Girls. She is an Executive and Life Coach, Trainer, Facilitator, Motivational Speaker and an Independent Consultant in diversity management. She worked with the DePaul Trust and Simon Community; both organizations are working to end homelessness in Ireland.

She is a member of several boards and has been nominated and received several awards for her intercultural work including the Rehab/Louth person of the year 2007, the Edmund Rice’s award for achievement (2008), Social Entrepreneurs Ireland award 2009 for her leadership work with women in Ireland and the Bold and Beautiful award for Excellence and Achievement (2009).

Read more about Benedicta: http://dlifg.org/our-board/58-benedicta-attoh.html. She was included in the Black Women in Europe™: Power List 2010.

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