Female Wave of Change installs Millennial Board

Millenial Board FWoC

Female Wave of Change

The most germane way of implicating change of social ideas within a society is by the movement of an entire generation. As one generation moves on, their understandings, empathies and operations are gifted to those who will take their place. We, as millennials and the up and coming generation, understand how important it is to have a say in how our future will be moulded.

On the Millenial Board of FWoC our objective is to act as a bridge between the generation of women who have experience in being responsible for making their own future, and the younger generation of girls who will experience the effects of this.

Currently the Millennial Board is made up of five young women: Rayya Alharthi, Bella Rafiki, Yara Schuitema, Elena Louverdis and Palesa Tshabalala, spanning the continents of Europe, Africa and all the way to Oceania.

While we still searching for a final member to complete our team, we come together from all over the world to inspire the feminine transformation and reflecting the worldwide progression towards a global village, one in which we are proud to live.

For more information please contact info@femalewaveofchange.com.

Female Wave of Change welcomes Marina Tomova Janovski new Ambassador Macedonia

Female Wave of Change welcomes Marina Tomova Jovanovski as Ambassador Macedonia: “It’s very much needed to help women to succeed and to support women whose voice has never been heard, who have qualities but their creativeness have never been seen.”Marina Tomova Jovanovski

We are proud to welcome Marina as our Ambassador. Born in a very hard working family, Marina had to do hard manual labor growing-up. As she was an excellent student, Marina was able to study at Cambridge of Oxford, however the war in Yugoslavia began, she couldn’t leave the country and chose to study Tourism instead.

Marina Tomova travelled a lot and lived in The Netherlands for 15 years, where she was active in helping people from war areas, especially women. Nowadays Marina works at the migrant camp in Gevgelija, Macedonia.

“I support Female Wave of Change because it’s very much needed to help women to succeed and to support women whose voice has never been heard, who have qualities but their creativeness has never been seen.

Help is needed for women who are in very difficult situations, women who are for example forced into prostitution.

I want them to come out!

I want them to be seen, heard and respected!”

Female Wave of Change welcomes Lynn Parrish as Wavemaker

Lynn Parrish is a recruitment & solutions specialist with over 18 years’ experience in the staffing industry. Her experience includes BPO, talent management, executive search, business development, response handling and work readiness programmes. She is the director of Everest Talent Solutions, which specialises in senior management and executive recruitment.Wave Maker Lynn Parrish

One of her passions is ensuring the youth of today are well prepared in the search for employment. She does this through her work readiness programmes that include CV & cover letter preparation, job hunting & social media, what to expect in the workplace, career coaching and has been doing volunteer lecturing on work readiness, for the past 2 years. She believes that you are never too old to learn and is currently busy with her second year NQF6 Diploma in Human Resource Management.


As a Wavemaker for FWoC, an international community of women connecting, sharing and building a better future together, Lynn Parrish aims to ignite a wave of new initiatives and new ways of thinking.

Lina El Assaad joins Female Wave of Change as Ambassador UAE: “My passion is to help people all over the world to achieve their goals and to grow and operate at their fullest potential”

Lina El Assaad

We are proud to welcome Lina El Assaad as our Ambassador in the United Arab Emirates. As coach, a corporate professional and an entrepreneur Lina brings more than 15 years of international experience working for Fortune 500 companies in the healthcare industry.

Lina El Assaad

In the span of her career, Lina held multiple key managerial positions in sales and marketing across more than 20 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa region. She led, guided and supported various multi cultural teams in different geographies with different business and organisational challenges as such realizing her great passion for people and for helping individuals and team to achieve their goals and grow and operate at their fullest potential.

Currently Lina is Director at the International Coach Federation, UAE Chapter. She is a certified Professional Co-active Life coach, (CPCC), certified by one of the oldest coaching school CTI. She is a team and relationship coach, Qualified from ORSC-CRR global. In addition Lina is a Certified Executive and Leadership coach by Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching (MGSCC) and a certified for Global Leader of the future 360degrees assessor by Marshall Goldsmith. Lina holds and MBA from the American University of Beirut (AUB). She also holds a BBA and a BS in Biology from AUB as well.


I am a firm believer in the unlimited creative potential in every human being. I believe we need a collaborative approach from both men and women to create a wave to bring awareness to the endless possibilities which can emerge from women actively pursuing their own vision and ambition and living a purposeful life.

Let’s create waves together!

Cordelia Henry joins Female Wave of Change as Specialist Wavemaker

Cordelia Henry is Founder of Pearlescence Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers. With over 32 years of experience in retail finance for blue chip financial institutions in London, Asia and the Middle East, Cordelia provided solutions for an array of clients. She learned that many business owners lacked the skills of how to acquire new clients. Cordelia realised that filling this gap was where her true calling lay.

Empower people and organizations

Cordelia works with organizations that want to increase sales revenue or enhance the skills of their female workforce. She also works with individual women by showing them how to either enhance their career prospects in the corporate world or dramatically increase their business profits as entrepreneurs.


Cordelia Henry is the founder of Pearlescence, a community where female entrepreneurs & corporate professionals can find inspiration, encouragement and support to lead spectacular lives, through the power of a network. She uses her skills as a mentor & coach to empower her clients to replace self-defeating traits with effective skills and create amazing business relationships.

Connecting with people

Combining these skills, Cordelia has a gift of connecting with people at an emotional and rational level. She is a confident speaker, facilitator and advocator of how to network effectively.


Topics that Cordelia Henry likes to speak about: Cordelia enjoys public speaking as she has a unique way of opening the hearts and minds of the listeners to all the possibilities of building authentic relationships and creating deep, diverse and rich networks. There are many topics she likes to speak about, which be designed based on bespoke requirements. For instance: How to develop a sales personality / The secret to increased sales: know your customer / The art of getting people to buy from you / How to create instant connection & influence with total strangers / How to remove self doubt and increase self-confidence / Feminine Leadership: Assessing Self Confidence & Getting Out of Your Own Way.

We welcome Cordelia as our Specialist Wavemaker!
Let’s create waves!


Jennifer Camron our new board member of Female Wave of Change

Jennifer Camron

Board member Female Wave of Change

My name is Jennifer Camron, I’m a mother of a beautiful 10 year old son and also a board member of the FWOC. I live in Almere in the Netherlands. I am 43 years old and have 2 companies. I am a professional business coach and proud owner of a recruitment agency. I started my first company when I was thirty. My wish was to be completely independent. Hard work is needed to achieve your goal. But enjoying life also. If I can combine them together, I feel great!

In my life there were 2 important and strong women: my grandmothers! They have shown me the beauty how to become an independent strong woman, caring, and they have also shown me the beauty how to always try to think in solutions.

I believe in the FWOC because it’s a movement that can really change lives in combining forces to create a better world and to have our voices heard.

It’s my passion to create a better world by:

Sharing knowledge

Living your purpose

Financial Independence


I believe in me, I believe in you, I believe in the FWOC!

Yvonne Busisiwe Kgame Specialist Wavemaker Female Wave of Change: “Change is Opportunity”

Yvonne Busisiwe Kgame

“Change is Opportunity”

Female Wave of Change is excited to welcome Yvonne Busisiwe Kgame is Specialist Wavemaker. Yvonne will also be part of our global Circle of Wise Women and was already Keynote Speaker at the official launch of Female Wave of Change in South Africa on March 24.

Read mam Yvonne’s impression about Female Wave of Change:

“The Wave of Change has come to your shores, don’t miss the opportunity to explore your wildest dreams and live your best life right now. The Female Wave of Change is a global platform that connects women from diverse walks of life. The wave creates excellent opportunities that women can tap into to share wisdom, knowledge, skills, experiences and stories of hope that will build bridges and inspire women to take charge and lead the change they want to see.

I am honored and excited to be part of this life-changing journey. The Female Wave of Change vision resonates deeply with my values and my life purpose to Teach, Inspire, Mentor and Engage women who desire to build a better world for this generation and the next. Count on me! I am committed, willing and ready to serve.

Come! Let’s ride on the wave of change together. If not now when? If not you and me, then who?

Be part of this spectacular transformational journey and enjoy invaluable growth and opportunity to live your authentic self:  JUST BE, relish your best life, face your fears with courage and stand for something bigger than yourself!

You are Great in spite your challenges. The world can’t wait to Experience Your Feminine Energy and Greatness. Take the first step by riding the Wave of change.

Ride The Wave!”

Be the One. Bring the Change.

Yvonne Busisiwe Kgame  – 6 April 2018

Annalie Killian Specialist Wavemaker Female Wave of Change

Annalie Killian

Female Wave of Change is very excited to welcome Annalie Killian as Specialist Wavemaker. Annalie will also be part of our global Female Wave of Change Circle of Wise Women.

Transformation Strategist

Annalie is an internationally experienced transformation strategist who has led insight-driven innovation and organizational change at scale on 3 continents. She has extensive experience in influencing stakeholders and executive leadership in complex global environments, across a range of industry sectors, to shape the future.

As Director of Human Networks at Foresight & Culture Advisors, sparks & honey in New York, she leads Strategic Partnerships and is scaling global intelligence and creativity through open collaborative communities and distributed trust systems. Previously, as Director of Innovation at AMP Limited, she architected the corporate innovation eco-system and founded the Amplify Festival which she grew into Australia’s largest business innovation and learning platform.

Whilst heading up Public Affairs for BHP-Billiton in South Africa, she saw the urgency of accelerating opportunities for people left behind under Apartheid and built a coalition of industry and community leaders and, as CEO, led the Zululand Chamber of Business Foundation in deploying innovative approaches to rapidly scale new infrastructure, community empowerment, education, health services and an entrepreneurship eco-system.

Disruptive trends combined with creative problem solving

Annalie’s special gift is combining disruptive trends (cultural, technological, market) and applying insight and creative problem-solving to drive strategic change, design engaging customer experiences, craft powerful narratives that inspire constituents and mobilize employee passion.

She leverages her vast global network of game-changers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders to remain constantly informed and connected to the edge.

Annalie Killian is sought out as a speaker (including TEDx) and a board member.  She has been both an entrepreneur and a social intrapreneur and serves on numerous Advisory Boards for both established businesses and start-ups, and is the Global Ambassador for In-Q Innovation, a global incubator and accelerator with operations in Australia, India and MENA.

Single mother and role model

She has raised two intrepid daughters as a single parent and nothing gives her greater pleasure than discovering our beautiful planet with them as travel companions. She is also about cats and her Zulu nickname is testament to rescuing hundreds of stray cats since she was a little girl.

Female Wave of Change

“I believe in Female Wave of Change because in the VUCA World  (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) we are living in, the traditional masculine archetype of leadership, including female leaders molded in this template, no longer fits the circumstances of an environmentally degraded and exploited planet, increasingly polarized societies, and eroded trust in everything from corporations to government. The feminine archetype of leadership that nurtures the long-term; that looks at the whole, sees complex systems and seeks patterns to make sense and find a path; that understands the essence, the environment and the emotion not just the facts; that integrates feeling and intuition with thinking and reason to inspire and catalyze personal agency; and that acts from a place of learning rather than knowing is better adapted to a VUCA world. This is the Female Wave of Change the world needs.”

We welcome you on board Annalie and let’s create some waves!


Listed among Australia’s 20 Top Women in Marketing (2017), Power 50 Social Media Influencers and LinkedIn’s 10 most influential marketers. Frequent keynote speaker including TEDx.

Boards & Fellowships

Aspen Institute, First Movers Fellow, NYC Convener

Board of Advisors Constellation Research Group, The Social Index, Meeco.me and InQ (Accelerator in India & Australia)

Mentor at the Founders Institute New York

Board of upwardwomen.org (NYC)


Alice Mpofu-Coles is specialist Wavemaker Refugees

Alice Mpofu

Female Wave of Change is very excited to announce Alice Mpofu – Coles accepted the role as Specialist Wavemaker for Refugees. The challenges for refugees are worldwide issues. Alice will be building bridges between women within the Female Wave of Change movement who are refugees or working with this special group anywhere in the world. Alice will start of a Mastermind group with these women, creating awareness, exchanging ideas and experience.


Alice Mpofu-Coles (nee Chigumira) was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe in a family of four boys and is now the only surviving member of the family.

She joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and her first diplomatic posting was in the former Yugoslavia.  Alice was at that time presented with an award by President Chissano of Mozambique for writing in a competition about working in an office with culturally diverse communities. This was achieved while working as a diplomat for the Zimbabwean Government in Mozambique. On returning home she co-founded the first National Secretaries Training Convention in Zimbabwe. She facilitated training for front-line employers, presented talks and was given a Kruger gold coin for her talk on communication with diverse cultures.

Refugee issues

Alice Mpofu-Coles arrived in the UK in 2002 from Zimbabwe. For the past 15 years she has dedicated most of her time on refugee issues.  She volunteered at the Reading Refugee Support Group both as vice-chair and chair. She helps advocate and portray a more positive image of refugees by participating in numerous projects; one of which was to co-start the Zimbabwe Community Groups.  Some of the projects she has been involved in are the football for refugees – bringing communities together. She was awarded an Honorary Master of The Open University for advocating for refugees, services to the public and community. She has taken part in a BBC television documentary and regularly interviews on the plight of refugees, poverty and women. Alice also speaks at events and conferences. She furthers her activism by being actively involved with different organisations in promoting human rights and her unequivocal support to protect the human.

Alices Mpofu

Education is Powerful

“You can lose everything in your life, but no one can take away your knowledge; that’s what makes education so powerful.”

Alice studied Social Work and has an MA in International Relations which she achieved while battling breast cancer. She studied Migration at Oxford University and is currently studying for a PhD at the University of Reading researching the identities, resilience, wellbeing and transnational activities of young people who came to the UK as refugees. She is currently putting some of her life resilience story in writing as a book after losing 7 members of her family inspired by the implausible poem “HOME” – what is a home?. She enjoys reading books and believes that one book a month is the true essence to knowledge.

Why Female Wave of Change

“It does not start with anyone but us and for this to happen the VOICE needs to be attuned to HIGH. This is not only for us but the future generation of young people to listen to them, hear them and decipher their voice. Female refugees struggle to have their voice heard for the changes they need for their communities and families. The Female Wave of Change should lift the voices of those marginalised.”

We welcome Alice as our Specialist Wavemaker!


https://youtu.be/9TsHg2dVGHY (speech 20 minutes into the video)


Bisila Bikoko appointed Global Female Wave of Change Ambassador

Bisila Bokoko

Female wave of Change is very excited to announce that Bisila Bokoko has accepted the role of Global Ambassador. Given her international roots, her businesses, her non-profit projects and network all over the globe, it was the only good choice we could make to offer her the Global Ambassador role. From the first meeting on Bisila embraced the Female Wave of Change vision and is already connecting with women worldwide to create waves!

Entrepreneur, Speaker, Advisor, Show-host, Founder

From hosting at the UN in Switzerland to delivering powerful keynotes in Dominican Republic, and on-air radio hosting in South Africa, Bisila Bokoko has shared her business expertise and inspirational journey with audiences across the world during her 18-year career.

Top 10 most Influential Spanish Women in American Business

She developed her expertise in geopolitics, tourism, and culture by working closely with cities in Spain and countries in Africa. By cultivating relationships with foreign Heads of State and international business leaders she became one of the ten most influential Spanish women in American business. She has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Bloomberg TV, Black Enterprise, Harper’s Bazaar & other top publications.

Bisila Bokoko has an impressive track record of taking businesses from local to global. As the Executive Director of the Spain-US Chamber of Commerce for 7 years, she worked closely with a wide range of industries and leading Spanish brands.

In 2012 she founded BBES, a New York- based business development agency that represents, promotes and markets brands internationally. Bisila also serves as an advisor to emerging leaders, providing guidance on personal branding and leadership that prepares them to move to the global stage and share their expertise worldwide.

Her African Roots

Bisila’s desire to empower those less fortunate to create a better life, inspired her to found BBALP, a non-profit organization committed to opening libraries throughout Africa with current presence in Ghana, Zimbabwe, Kenya and Uganda.

She fronted the women’s scheme and actively worked to support female entrepreneurs in their efforts to launch businesses. In addition, Bokoko hosted the Pikolinos Maasai Gala at the United Nations to support the Kenyan tribe. Through the Maasai Project, over 1,600 Maasai women hand embroider leather onto Pikolinos shoes and bags enabling them to earn a stable income while preserving their cultural heritage and way of life.

Advisory Board Member United Nations EMPRETTEC Women Programs

Bisila Bokoko serves as an advisory board member of United Nations EMPRETTEC Women Programs, fostering entrepreneurship skills among women in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East.

Bokoko earned an MBA in Business Administration and Economics in Madrid from San Pablo University, a certificate of British Law at the University of Manchester, and a M.A in International Relations from City University of New York. She graduated in October 2017 as a Naam Yoga Teacher and practices Iyengar on a regular basis.

A native of Valencia Spain, her family roots stemmed from the Bubi Tribe in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. She describes herself as a cultural hybrid,” born in Spain to African parents, becoming an American citizen and living in New York City for the last fifteen years. She is fluent in Spanish, French, and basic German.

Let’s create huge waves Bisila all over the world!