"You're Blessed When You CARE. At The Moment of Being 'Care-Full,' You Find Yourselves Cared For.'' - Yeshua
Connecting Black Professional In Care
BWIC is here to care for you as you care for others; we give you more than a platform, we support you in every aspect of your career & business so you can be the best version of YOU
Having attended BWIC Networking Meeting, it opened my eyes to see the challenges faced by black women in care and how we can work together to support one another for a better tomorrow in our field of work. It also sheds light on support available for women who are struggling in their career or who do not know their legal rights .
Since joining BWIC , I have found it inspiring and informative. All the ladies ate super supportive in trying to help women thrive and achieve their dreams . It is an awesome vision and Olayinka the founder has been a true blessing to all of us . I would definitely recommend this group to anyone who is involved in health and social care .
Since I joined BWIC have had soo much support and advice and it has been beneficial to our company. I am please to part of this organization/ team of amazing
RELATIONSHIP THAT MATTERS
BWIC supports you to build a meaningful relationships and collaboration with like-minded professionals that will aids your growth.
We recognize our members’ brilliance and give accolades accordingly.
COACHING AND EMPOWERMENT
We provide empowerment through training, coaching, and mentor-ship that will enable your growth.
- To be a catalyst for change: by offering a new perspective and creating a legacy we can all be proud of..
- To champion you every part of the way for positive and beneficial outcomes: by offering a guiding example within the sector; highlighting the issues of personal challenges, business development/growth challenges, career development challenges, & inequality.
- To encourage your success in helping to challenge stereotypes and barriers. To support your personal/organisation progression.
Black Women in Care was founded by Olayinka in year 2020 after seeing the challenges her colleagues are constantly faced with. Olayinka have a conceived future image of every Black Women in Care being well equipped with the tools and resources needed to be brilliant personally & professionally and she is dedicated in achieving that.
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