April 22 : A 2-day Women Empowerment and Leadership
Summit North East Region (WELSNER) will commence on
April 25 at Bamboo Hall, Kisama, with Governor of
Nagaland, Dr. Ashwani Kumar as the chief guest and
Pukhayi Sumi, Parliamentary Secretary, Department of
Women Development as the guest of honour.
of the prominent speakers lined up for the summit are
Rosemary Dzuvichu, Advisor - Naga Mother's Association,
Dr. Monisha Behal, Executive Director- North East
Network, Jarjum Ete, Secretary, National Alliance of
Women, Neidonuo Angami (Padmashree), Social Activist
& Former President-Naga Mother's Association (NMA),
Daisy Mezhur, Secretary, Nagaland State
SocialWelfare Board (NSSWB)& Mission Director, State
Resource Center for Women, Sentila T Yanger (Padmashree),
State Convener- INTACH (Nagaland Chapter), Bano Haralu,
Editor-in-Chief- Eastern Mirror, Nagaland, Tanushree
Hazarika, Managing Director-Eclectic Group, Assam etc.
summit is first of its kind in the North East Region and
is projected to make an impact on every participant at
the event", said Ricky Ozukum, MD - Alaphra Group.
He further stated that the expected participant for the
summit is 150 from all over the North Eastern States.
summit is officially endorsed by the Nagaland State
Commission for Women (NSCW) with State Resource Centre
for Women (SRCW) as associating partner. It is also to
note that the Department of Women Development,
Government of Nagaland is the supporting partner with
APAC CXO Forum as knowledge partner.
part of their social responsibility, some of the
companies from corporate sectors have also confirmed
their participation at the event with Elken as the Gold
sponsor and Honda2Wheelers as Silver sponsor. With the
local entrepreneurs, Nagaland Manpower Consultancy
Services (NMPCS) will be the event Silver sponsor and
ADL Weddings & Event as Patron sponsor.
exhibitor at the event will be the Exotic Echo who is
committed to creating sustainable rural employment in
Tiezephe village, Nagaland.
Magazine, current affairs and culturally monthly English
magazine in the northeast will be the official magazine
partner. (Page News Service)