Nora Bannerman, 3 other African female business leaders list among 20 in IFC Publication

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Ghana’s Nora Bannerman turned a lifelong passion—fashion design—into a thriving enterprise. Bannerman now employs 120 workers to produce high-end garments for international retailers.
Kenya’s Wambui Mbesa grew up in a children’s home but made education a priority and now is the CEO of INTRASOFT International East Africa.
South Africa’s Soula Proxenos fought against racial injustice and gender bias from an early age—today she is a professional board director, guiding companies toward more equitable practices.
Uganda’s Anne Kabagambe credits her family for helping her overcome personal challenges; now she works as Executive Director of the World Bank Group, representing the interests of 22 African nations.

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