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Hello Botlhale Hub Community

It’s happening in a couple of hours.

We are honored to have the former Minister of State and Director of Salt and Light Ministries, Dr. Joyce Aryee as our keynote speaker.

Auntie Joyce as she is affectionately called, is a living example to women around the world and we cannot wait to have her.

She is currently the Executive Director of Salt and Light Ministries.  She is also the former Chief Executive Officer of The Ghana Chamber of Mines and the first woman to head an African Chamber of Mines. Joyce draws her experience from over 40 years of service to the nation, dealing with a wide range of issues including environmental protection and public relations.

Auntie Joyce Aryee was awarded Companion of the Order of the Volta, Ghana (CV) by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana in 2006. She is also recipient of the CIMG Marketing Woman of the year 2007 award. On recognition of her immense contributions to the mining industry, an honorary doctorate degree was conferred on Auntie Joyce Aryee in July 2009 by the University of Mines & Technology (UMaT).

Dr. Joyce Aryee emerged as the award winner of the African Female Business Leader of the Year 2009 by the African Leadership on Centre for Economic and Leadership Development. She was inducted as an Honorary Fellow of the Ghana Institute of Engineers in March 2010, the Chartered Institute of Financial and Investment Analyst in September 2011 and the Graduate school of Governance and Leadership in October 2011. Dr. Aryee was also honoured in mining and public service at the maiden edition of the Women in Excellence award in 2011.

The American Biographical Institute (ABI)has nominated Auntie Joyce the “2011 Woman of the Year”. She also received the Inspirational Woman Award at the Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) Awards 2015 for creating change, paving the way for women as well as being the first female to head an African Chamber of Mines. She received an award as the Public Relations Personality of the Year 2014 by the Institute of Public Relations Ghana.

She has been named in the list of 100 Global Inspiration Women in Mining in the world.

This is just a brief profile of Auntie Joyce, join us for more.

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