Our programs have a unique focus on Community Development and Social Outreach.
What We Do
Since its inception in September 2018, the collective’s impact has been felt.
H.E.R provides a listserv for its members where they can connect with different industries in Africa. Our listserv is an open forum for members to dialogue, find and post job opportunities and connect. We help facilitate safe and secure investments by connecting Africans from the Diaspora with reputable businesses and organizations. H.E.R honors integrity and provides project management and relocation consultations for Diasporians interested in Ghana. Members are encouraged to support each others businesses in order to build our global African economic footprint.
Other activities include quarterly business networking sessions; speaker series; festivals and expositions; participating in various community activities such as our Young Women's Rites of Passage Program and feeding of street children and juvenile prisons; as well as our flagship Icebreakers Social Mixer.
We Are Focused
H.E.R Collective is the result of two African women, Afia Khalia Kodua and Johnetta Nzali Abraham, dedication to repatriation and investment in Africa.
We recognize the vast potential, talent and opportunity that exist in Africa, and this inspires us to use our knowledge, skills, and resources to help make Africa a better place to live for ALL AFRICANS. H.E.R is an acronym, H- helping E-Elevation R-Rise.
This name suits our mission to offer ourselves to the development and renewal of Africa. The collective aims to bridge the gap between those who are Continental Africans, and Africans of the Diaspora, by sharing ideas, experiences and a network of business to build a true "New Africa".
To provide a support system for Africans globally to reconnect and invest in the African continent.
We aim to build a bridge for like-minded individuals who are thinking about or have returned home, and to provide a forum for economic and social connection. H.E.R positively impacts our continent individually and as a collective body.