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Jane Egerton-Idehen

Jane Egerton-Idehen is a telecommunication executive with over 13 years’ experience in the Nigerian, Liberian and Ghanaian telecommunications markets. Jane has a strong passion for promoting girls in STEM and ensuring women in STEM industries remain and grow their careers in that industry. She curates her thoughts around her career journey, experiences and passion in life.

Relocation

COPING WITH RELOCATION

Are you afraid of relocation when it comes to your career? You see, when I was a little girl, fear was one instrument my parents unconsciously deployed to put me in check. Before you blame...
Workplace

THE TURTLE OF OKINAWA

PERSONALITY AND WORKPLACE CULTURE This summer I headed with my family to Japan on vacation. Once we made known our destination to the kids, we got different reactions from them. My daughter delved into...
Debt-Free

HOW TO LIVE A DEBT- FREE LIFE

Debt is a common phenomenon in our present generation and age. Living a debt-free life can be seen as an ambitious goal. It doesn’t help that modernization has made borrowing so easy for everyone...

JOWY’S FASHION BRUNCH : SUCCESS SERIES AUGUST 2019

In 2018 Women and Career’s Founder was the key speaker of Jowy’s Fashion Brunch.   This year we look forward to sharing the panel with past speakers for an amazing time with the Fashion...

INTERVIEW WITH EVELLE MUSIC

Changemakers Innovation Challenge by the ACT Foundation July 2019

The Women and Career Founder Jane Egerton-Idehen will be one of the Judges at the Changemakers Innovation Challenge by the ACT Foundation . . .   The Changemakers Innovation Challenge is conceived by ACT Foundation...

50 Leading Ladies in Corporate Nigeria May 2019

Women and Career Founder: Jane Egerton-Idehen named as one of the 50 Leading Ladies in Corporate Nigerian by Leading Ladies Africa.

Instagram Live with Bolaji Osime:13th June 2019

Join us on Instagram Live We go live in 5mins !!! Thursday 13th June 7pm GMT+1 Topic “A Case for Women in Public Service” with @AbolajiOsime