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Breaking Barriers | Innaugural Conference Saturday, Nov 15th 2014 at Hotel Africana – Kagera Hall

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Posted November 5, 2014 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Diaspora Initiatives ~ 1,913 views

     

Please join Breaking Barriers for their Inaugural Conference being held on Saturday, November 15th 2014 at Hotel Africana – Kagera Hall. The objectives of the conference is to discuss achieving success without compromising your moral values in various aspects of life.

The conference will host four panelists that will discuss the importance of professional and personal networking, cultural adaptation and job creation through entrepreneurial pursuits within and beyond Uganda.

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To reserve a seat for this event please register online at this website: https://bbugconference2014.eventbrite.com/

Breaking Barriers “Connecting Cultures” is a philanthropic organization geared towards the unification, personal development and education of individuals living in the African Diaspora. The organization serves as a change agent in the African Diaspora with efforts to connect cultures.

Mission: To connect and strengthen multiple African communities through group discussions on challenging experiences within society and identify solutions for common challenges to develop one another.

The organization regularly hosts Open Forum Discussions/ Networking Events and will soon begin a Mentorship Program.

For more information about Breaking Barriers please check out their website: www.breakingbarriersus.org or email the Founder and President – John K. Ssemanda (john.ssemanda@breakingbarriersus.org)

John K. Ssemanda — Cell: (240) 565-2370
President of Breaking Barriers
Ugandan North American Association – Male Youth Representative

 


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