Member News February 2014

  • Congratulations to Senta Duffield from Maya Dance Company on winning the “Umhlanga Women Achiever of the Year for 2013” award.
  • We bid farewell to Wendy Ferguson this year as she decides to move back to Johannesburg after the amazing response to her skincare range and great clinical trial results.
  • Chantal Edouard-Betsy and Hilda Tod have sold The Bedroom to two dynamic local ladies who are poised to take The Bedroom to the next level.
  • Bianca Johnson from Leavit2Me is thrilled to announce that she is 23 weeks pregnant with her first child.
  • After 5 successful years Creative Ground have launched their Global Operation and are now proudly in South Africa, Australia and Europe.
  • Alice Leah from Mum’s Mail  has been nominated for Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government Awards 2014.
  • Tina Cartwright of Andy Cartwright was invited to be guest speaker at Inspiring Women’s network.
  • Mel Gard of WSI Internet Marketing Consultants and Charmaine Schwenn of Tate, Nolan & Knight Attorneys were invited to speak on Lotus FM.
  • Congrats to Roxanne Krause (Footstamp Promotions) on the purchase of The Entrepreneur Business Directory. Roxanne, Sharon and team will be working hard to produce a resourceful guide for entrepreneurs to learn, share, connect and be inspired.
  • Congratulations to Catherine Knight (Health Haven) on being nominated in 2014’s CEO Magazine’s “Most Influential Woman in Business & Government” Award in her category.
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Sue St Leger

Owner of Sue St Leger & Associates
Sue St Leger & Associates

Sue St.Leger, owner of Sue St Leger & Associates, shares her personal tips and thoughts on the importance of women supporting other women in business, leadership and networking. As an experienced profiler and emotional intelligence assessor, she encourages fostering a supportive and empowering environment for women through self-development.

Mel Gard

1 Comment

  1. Debbi Demetriou on 9 March 2014 at 12:18 pm

    As the past President of the UWA it as an honor to award Senta with the Achiever of the Year. Our judges were unanimous in their decision and felt that Senta had made a huge contribution to women in KZN. I wish her all the very best and I am certain she will go from strength to strength.