Speaker/Testimonials

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imageI thoroughly enjoyed Adaeze’s talk. She was easy to listen to, with an engaging, friendly manner. The talk itself contained many interesting, relevant facts and raised thought -provoking issues that started later conversations with other attendees. Adaeze gave a clear and easily understandable overview of issues that before the talk I had very little knowledge about. I would attend further talks by Adaeze.

~ Dr Jane Atkins

  Dr Adaeze was great, calm and very clear in her explanations. I also felt she was very knowledgeable in the area she was presenting. She kept us engaged and used examples to explain which made the presentation feel more like a conversation with us which was really good.

~Mildred Zimunya

I thought Dr Adaeze’s presentation skills were very good. She spoke loud and clear.
The video was fantastic and the topic was great too.

~Katai Kasengele

Adaeze Ifezulike is a Family Physician/GP whose empathy and professionalism is an instant hit with audiences of all sizes.

She is the Convener of the Afrocaribbean Health events which seeks to

  • To raise awareness of health related issues affecting the Afro-Caribbean communities.
  • To empower Afro-Caribbeans to make informed choices about their health.
  • To inform Afro- Caribbeans about health support services and agencies available in the community.

Her speeches are clear, easily understood and delivered to achieve maximum impact.

Humorous, power packed and energetic, Adaeze leaves her audience feeling inspired and ready to take the necessary steps to improve their lives.

She has more than 16 years’ experience and knowledge as a medical doctor and infuses her experiences into key life strategies and powerful presentations.

Her seminars are relevant and full of rich content.

Drawing from her own experiences and encounters with patients, she shares effective solutions for maximising life and actionable takeaways that clients can begin to put to use immediately.

She is a highly sought-after key note speaker and has spoken at the following events:

Afrocaribbean Health Event on the 19th of April, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.

‘She Shines’ Global campaign on the 22nd of July 2014. Bloomsbury House 2-3 Bloomsbury Square London WC1A 2RL United Kingdom

NORTH EAST ANNUAL SEXUAL HEALTH UPDATE, Friday, 12th September 2014 Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC) Aberdeen.

Afrocaribbean Health Event on the 25th of October, FOL, Aberdeen.

Edinburgh Tabernacle Singles Breakfast Meeting:  Edinburgh Hilton Hotel on 24th May, 2014

Ladies Breakfast meeting on Saturday, June 7th 2014. Good Women Fellowship, City of the Great King Aberdeen

And many other professional and community based events.

 Please use our contact form to enquire about your topic.

Additional work:

Speaker, Black people health, Adaeze Ifezulike

Adaeze is the author of ‘Understanding Contraception’ a book which sensitively explores the myths and misconceptions that surround contraception and that contribute to high abortion rates among Black women.

She is currently working on two other books: one is a book in which she sensibly outlines to single ladies what they can do with their lives and emphasizes that it’s not all about marriage. She explains candidly that the discovery of self is one of the greatest gifts a woman can bring to her marriage.

Her third book is a manual on domestic violence where she seeks to help women trapped in this unfortunate situation. People who have friends or family members involved in a domestic abuse situation will also learn how they can help their loved ones.

For the opportunity to discuss with Adaeze about customizing a presentation to suit your audience, please go to our contact page at http://sexualwellbeingnetwork.com
Email: info@sexualwellbeingnetwork.com

 

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