Listed in the Worldwide WHO’s WHO Directory of Distinguished Individuals, Mutale is the Honorary Ambassador for Gender Equality and Spokesperson for the International Women’s Think Tank. Sheis featured as a CFI Hero in the Capital Finance International (CFI) Journal, which brings coverage and analysis of the drivers behind change by combining the views of leading multilateral and national organizations with thought leadership from some of the world’s top minds.
A recipient of numerous awards from around the world, Mutale was honored as African Woman of the Year in 2012 on the same platform and Award Ceremony at which the President of Malawi, The Rt. Hon. Joyce Banda and the former female Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe were also nominees. All were honored in the African Achievers Awards, hosted by the African Institute of Leadership and Management in association with Kings College of London.
A regular speaker at various fora that discuss social, economic, political and gender issues, Mutale has been featured in the same television program as British Prime Minister, David Cameron, talking about poverty and world hunger. She has also addressed the U.S. National Congress of Black Women, which has been previously addressed by both the U.S. President Barack Obama and First Lady, Michelle Obama.
Mutale is also featured in the BLACK 100+ Hall of Fame, an Exhibition and Legacy of the top 100 Black Achievers in modern Britain. She is one of only 13 women to be featured in a UK Television Series on Eminent African Women and in a book on women who are contributing to sustainable development of the world published in Paris, and another titled: “Women who Changed Africa,” published in New York.
POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread, is a worldwide HIV/AIDS response campaign which aims to bridge the gap in the global efforts to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and has presence across the globe featuring its signature Red Ribbon Models. The organization is registered on the United Nations Department for Social and Economic Affairs Civil Society Database, and is also a member of the ENOUGH FOOD FOR EVERYONE IF Campaign, a coalition of leading UK development organizations working to end world hunger.
A symbol of Excellence, the Mwape Peer Awards recognizes individuals in Africa and the African Diaspora who have played pivotal roles in their communities. Winners are selected by a distinguished Selection Committee of peers who are experts in their fields to reflect the significance of the roles that the nominees have taken in their respective fields.
Not resting on her laurels in any city around the world, Mutale will also be a keynote speaker at the official opening of the International Women’s Center, which is scheduled to take place on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at the Atlanta Metropolitan College.
“Justina Mutale is known globally for her humanitarian and community work. She brings substantial experience and resources to IWTT that includes her relationships with governments, international women’s groups and business organizations”
For more information on Mutale’s work both in the USA or abroad, or to schedule her for a speaking engagement, she can be reached on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and through her website at www.positiverunway.org.
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