Lady B Bless is a multi-talented humanitarian and leader in her field.
She has received numerous awards for her work, including the
- 2020 African Community Achievement Award,
- 2019 AB Good Cause Award,
- 2018 Who’s Who In Black Charlotte,
- 2018 DDEA Humanitarian Award,
- 2018 AWN Special Recognition Award and the
- 2018 LIBF Goodwill Ambassador of the Year Award.
- Nominee for the 2021 iWomen Global Award.
She serves in several roles, including
- Executive Director – Lady B Bless Humanitarian Foundation
- SDGs Program Facilitators – #LearnTeachSDGs Initiative
- SDGs Consultant – Bright Light Projects (UN ECOSOC ACCREDITED)
- SDGs Consultant – SDGs Ambassadors – Gambia
- SDGs Consultant – Youth Action Network – Gambia (YANG)
Lady B Bless is a passionate advocate for women’s empowerment, girl child education, and youth development. Her mission is to empower and inspire individuals to create positive change in their communities
Since 2018, Lady B Bless has spoken, hosted and participated in several United Nations events, during International Women’s Day, the Commission on the Status of Women, the Transforming Education Summit, the High-Level Political Forum, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and events held during the General Assembly.
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The Commission on the Status of Women is a functional commission of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, one of the main UN organs within the United Nations. CSW has been described as the UN organ promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women.
The Transforming Education Summit was convened in response to a global crisis in education – one of equity and inclusion, quality and relevance. Often slow and unseen, this crisis is having a devastating impact on the futures of children and youth worldwide. The Summit provided a unique opportunity to elevate education to the top of the global political agenda and to mobilize action, ambition, solidarity and solutions to recover pandemic-related learning losses and sow the seeds to transform education in a rapidly changing world.
The United Nations General Assembly has designated November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Five years ago, the #MeToo movement, founded by activist Tarana Burke in 2006, exploded and sparked global mobilization creating a moment of urgency in preventing and responding to violence against women and girls.
Since then, unprecedented awareness and momentum have been created thanks to the relentless work of grassroots activists, women’s human rights defenders and survivor advocates worldwide to prevent and eliminate violence against women and girls.
At the same time, there has been a rise in anti-rights movements, including anti-feminist groups, resulting in shrinking space for civil society, a backlash against women’s rights organizations and a rise in attacks against women human rights defenders and activists.
Supporting and investing in strong, autonomous women’s rights organizations and feminist movements is key to ending violence against women and girls.
Lady B Bless is the recipient of the
*2020 African Community Achievement Award,
*2019 AB Good Cause Award,
*2018 Who’s Who In Black Charlotte,
*2018 DDEA Humanitarian Award,
*2018 LIBF Goodwill Ambassador of the Year Award,
*2018 AWN Special Recognition Award
Lady B Bless is a Nominee for the
*2021 iWomen Global Award
Lady B Bless is a radio personality and the founder/owner of Afro Carib Radio, Afro Carib Radio is an online radio station playing new and up-coming artiste from Africa to the Caribbean, Afro Carib Radio provides live and pre-recorded shows for your listening pleasure 365 days 24 hours 7 days a week – Since 2009
Lady B Bless Women Wednesdays Series
Lady B Bless Financial Fridays Series
Lady B Bless Men Monday Series
The Morning Show with Lady B & Bajja B