Women Empowerment Network

Conneting young women on their journey to success

Ladies's brunch & learn

What you can expect?

A lovely afternoon with like minded women, who are in pursuit of success.

We will be joined by an accomplished woman, Melanie Eusebe, who will be sharing lessons learnt on her journey to success, insights on what it takes to become a high achiever, and the importance of good work ethic. And not to forget, great food and the option of bottomless mimosas.

Questions we'll be addressing?
  • What does a successful career look like?
  • What do highly successful women do differently to the rest of us?
  • What skills do you need to develop before you can get that managerial role?
Date/Time: Saturday 3rd of June 2017 at 12pm
Venue: Dickie Fitz Restaurant, 48 Newman St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1QQ
Prize Draw: All guests in attendance will be entered into our raffle with a chance of winning tickets to Lisa Nichols (top international motivational speaker) self development seminar in London, amongst other prizes. Buy your tickets now!!!
  • £35 ticket with 3 course brunch, and
  • optional (£25) bottomless Bloody Mary/Mimosa/Sparkling Wine
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What we do


Providing women with a larger network that encourages experience sharing to help push careers and businesses to the top.


Through our self-development seminars we inspire women to take the necessary steps that brings them closer to the career or business they aspire to have.


Our Peer-to-Peer Mentoring programme encourages not only an attitude of learning but also provides the necessary support that helps improve self-confidence through accountability.

About the founder

Ayo Elizabeth Jegede is the founder of Women Empowerment Network. She graduated from a russell league university, with a upper class degree in Economics. Shortly after graduating she landed a much sought after graduate scheme with one of the top consulting firms in the world.

WorkPlace Challenges

Ayo soon realised that although she had the technical skills for the job, she lacked the softer skills needed to properly manage her career. Throughout her academic life, she had received guidance and quality advice but found that such guidance was in great lack when thrown into the corporate world.

In an environment where women in positions of leadership are few and far between, Ayo realised that guidance on how to maneuver through the male driven corporate world was necessary if she was to have a successful career.

Business Challenges

The challenges women face are not limited to the workplace but can be found in entrepreneurship too.

When Ayo decided to start a new business in fashion technology, as the director and CEO she faced many challenges. In a position of leadership as a woman, it was often difficult being self confident and assertive, without being seen as bossy or too emotional.

Networking and relationship building, was important for the growth of the business which was often intimidating as many were influential men who ran venture capitalist funds or had insight into the tech industry.


Through her experience working at FTSE 100 companies and starting her own business, Ayo realised that women lacked the network and mentorship to make informed decisions on their career, business or general pursuit of their passions. It is for this reason that Ayo created the organisation Women Empowerment Network.

What we do?

We organise fun brunches, power lunches and even Afternoon Tea where women at the top of the careers share their experiences, help us understand how we can achieve our career and business goals, whilst networking in a comfortable environment.

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