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BOSS BABES of SA – Trailblazers, breaking barriers & seeking Ambassador changemakers

 BOSS BABES of SA – Trailblazers, breaking barriers & seeking Ambassador changemakers
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Introducing BOSS BABES of South Africa – along with their dynamic founder KOVINI MOODLEY

Are you a boss babe? If you look in the mirror daily and see a woman who seeks to inspire and empower, Boss Babes of South Africa is calling for you. Boss Babes of South Africa is looking for innately inspirational women to bring their positive powerful movement to the table. Your skill sharing and collaboration initiatives is what they are on the lookout for.

If you answered ‘yes, I am a boss babe’, let us ensure that you are on the right track first.

What does it mean to be a boss babe?

Kovini Moodley, founder of Boss Babes of South Africa, would describe a boss babe as a woman who stands in a world that aims to see women fall. A boss babe empowers and uplifts, not only herself but other women too. In doing so, she kicks down the doors that shut women out. Her empowerment removes the obstacles standing between women and their success. She is a trailblazer and a change maker.

Why should a boss babe like you join Boss Babes of South Africa?

If seeing the world become a world that uplifts and offers women opportunity to soar, this the right place for you. Boss Babes of South Africa (BBSA) celebrates powerful, authentic and multifaceted women. These are women they are constantly willing to work with because of their goals and visions. In other words, their boss babes embrace diversity, inclusion and the notion that women possess the spirit of excellency. Therefore, they believe that women are excellent in everything that they do.

Keen?

Want to join this amazing girl power platform? Do not stop scrolling. Read what the ambassador search requires of you, boss babe.

[All information provided below is by Boss Babes of South Africa].

GO GET ‘EM BOSS BABE!


From Boss Babes of South Africa

We are often called upon to impact the world in a greater, more purposeful manner than we could have ever imagined, especially during extraordinary life-changing times.

The Birth of Boss Babes South Africa

Early in 2020, Kovini Moodley; feminist, philanthropist, Chartered Accountant and Diversity Advocate, experienced the direct and unfortunate impact that occurs when women tear each other down in the name of jealousy, insecurity and unnecessary competition.  After reflection and a need to effect change in a positive, candid manner, Boss Babes of South Africa was born.

BBSA is the perfect story of turning pain into power and power into inspiration from their already more than 20 000 strong sisterhood, a support base that is growing daily.

About its founder

Kovini grew up in a little town south of Durban in KZN and  as a young change maker had always felt a deep desire to impact and contribute to causes larger than herself.

Her career trajectory spans across working for many large listed corporate organisations and driving change across industries by utilising her vast global skillsets for organisational optimisation.

As a truth seeker by nature, integrity and moral fibre have been non-negotiable elements in life and the very core of her soul. The establishment of Boss Babes of South Africa was a natural progression for her.

What is BBSA? What do they do?

BBSA is a Sandton based, all female run digital empowerment platform, passionate about uplifting and empowering South African women through powerful content across their various digital platforms.

They celebrate powerful, authentic and multifaceted women and embrace diversity, inclusion and the notion that women can excel at anything that they choose to put their minds to.

Who is part of Boss Babes?

Furthermore, their community is filled with brilliant minds (doctors, lawyers,  pilots, entrepreneurs, philanthropists and a host of specialists across a host of diverse industries) who are committed and obsessed with empowering and inspiring other women.

They do this through:

  • Inspirational, relatable and candid content.
  • Marketing of new qualified graduates in the media space
  • Skill sharing initiatives
Why was Boss Babes founded ?

Moodley explains; “I have survived numerous, toxic, disempowering episodes of discrimination, bullying and misogynoir which lead me to reflect and create this platform, a platform where all voices can be heard and where personal pain and stories of resilience, can be leveraged to inspire other women.”

She continues;  “There is immense bravery  in speaking out and speaking your truth in a way that creates awareness and power. Women, especially women of colour, need to be reminded of their self-worth and not be diminished by the worthless opinions of others. Women of colour face numerous challenges and barriers such as micro-agressions and tone policing on a daily basis and the time has come to break the stereotypes and dismantle the preconceived notions that support these systems.”

The lighthouse that never dims

In a world that needs inspiration, Boss Babes of South Africa is the lighthouse that never dims. In addition, their relatable, candid and motivational content stems from life experience of their founder as well as brave stories from their amazing supporter base. Breaking Barriers, dispelling societal norms and stereotypes  are key to the brands, uniquely relatable content`, positioning it in a fresh and creative way.

For Boss Babes the motto is simply – Be Authentic, always. 
At Boss Babes everyone has a seat at the table, they focus on creating a longer table!
From the founder

Kovini concludes;We need to be encouraged to take back our power, voices and minds and ensure that the environments that we form part of support our value, uniqueness and diversity. Speaking up empowers others to also live from a place that supports their authentic true selves.”

The BBSA Ambassador search:

BBSA are on the constant lookout for trailblazers, world-changers and changemakers who align with their vision and mission. The term “influence” is measured by the impact that a person is capable of making, not the number of followers that one possesses.

They are looking for genuinely, innately inspirational women to contribute to their positively powerful movement by skill sharing and collaboration initiatives.

If you’re passionate about women upliftment and empowerment, be sure to apply by sending them a motivation via Boss Babes of SA’s Instagram account (@bossbabesofsouthafrica) via DM or send an email to connect@bossbabesofsouthafrica.co.za with a profile picture and your contact details to the PR and social media teams.

Be part of the powerfully authentic sisterhood for multifaceted women by registering on www.bossbabesofsouthafrica.co.za

Your voice matters, you are valued!

 

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“I think women are very powerful, and I think we’re more powerful together than separated” 

– Zendaya –

 

“Every woman’s success should be an inspiration to one another. We’re strongest when we cheer each other on” – Serena Williams –

 

“The biggest adventure you can ever take is live the life of your dreams” – Oprah Winfrey –

 

A selection of Important Mantras that Kovini Moodley and Boss Babes of South Africa follow:

 

  • Make sure that your work ethic brags for you when you`re not in the room
  • Be the women who lights up a room, compliments strangers and lends a helping hand to pull up other women
  • In a world of fake, be authentic
  • Own your power, know your worth, celebrate your uniqueness
  • Never normalise apologising for your success
  • Never forget who you are, and what you’re worth
  • Don’t cheat on your future with your past
  • True confidence has little room for jealousy, hate or envy
  • A million social media likes will never be enough, if you don’t like yourself
  • People only throw shade on that what shines. Shine on!
  • There will be many people in this world that do not believe in you. Don’t be one of them
  • Nobody benefits from you hiding your truth
  • Know your worth, then ask for it
  • Empowered women, are authentic women

 

 

Tshedza Mashamba