ACE’s Co-Director Gail Parmel has gained recognition again for her International vision and passion for talent close to home

Gail Parmel was voted as one of 20 Inspirational Women from African Diaspora in Europe. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, the African Diaspora Professional Women in Europe (ADIPWE), has asked members of the public to nominate women of African origin in Europe who they find inspirational. This list reflects the diversity of Diaspora women and show how well they have infiltrated all sectors of industry: they are engineers, scientists, inventors, bankers, doctors, artists, media personalities, writers, speakers, bankers, politicians and entrepreneurs.

These 20 women are inspiring people in their home countries and in their continent of origin, as mentioned in their profiles. They have physically left the continent but remain emotionally attached. They are conscious of their responsibility towards the development of Africa and are committed to transform the ‘brain drain’ into a ‘brain gain’. The aim of this first ADIPWE list will increase the visibility of African Diaspora women in Europe and encourage other women to come forward, to inspire and be role models to the next generation.

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One Response to “ACE’s Co-Director Gail Parmel has gained recognition again for her International vision and passion for talent close to home”

  1. Pamela and Derrick Babington Says:

    Congratulations Gail, well deserved for the inspiration you have been to so many young people, our three grandsons included. You have not only taught them to dance but have given them all so many life skills as well. An award well and truly deserved.

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