• As she gets shortlisted  for the honor

Monrovia-Liberia, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022: The leadership credentials of Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor, Vice President of Liberia and one of the 100 Most Influential African Women in 2022, are without a doubt filled with huge triumphs, as seen by her most recent nomination for this honor.

To recognize African women in leadership roles who continue to inspire the next generation, the Leading Africa Public Relations & Rating Firm has announced the 4th and 2022 editions of its annual publication of the 100 Most Influential African Women. These editions will be published in 2022.

According to Prince Akpah, MD of Advance Media, the 4th edition of the list features women from a record of 36 African countries. These women are representing women who are changing the perception of women by breaking barriers in their career, business, and life pursuits, and Akpah says that this is the largest number of countries ever represented on the list.

On the list are prominent women who are making significant contributions in the areas of leadership, politics, and overall governance. These women include two presidents, five vice presidents, five prime ministers, ministers, regional chief executive officers, and founders of both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.

In her role as a leading voice advocating for the advancement of women’s rights across the African continent, Madam Vice President’s leadership credentials continue to grow. It is worth noting that the Vice President was considered for the position in 2019, and the fact that she has been nominated again in 2019 further strengthens her position as one of the most prominent female politicians in Africa.

Advance Media is a PR rating firm that places a primary emphasis on reporting the achievements of Africans in an effort to alter the dominant narrative regarding the continent. This is accomplished through the firm’s exhaustive ranking of individuals and organizations operating in a variety of industries.

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