Tonya Lee Williams To Host The 2nd International Women Achievers Awards In Brampton Ontario Canada

Princess Promotions Enterprise, will present the 2nd International Women Achievers Awards (IWAA), at 6:00 pm: (VIP Reception) and 7:30 pm: (the Awards Ceremony) on Saturday March 17, 2012, at the Speranza Banquet Hall, 510 Deerhurst Drive, Brampton, Ontario.

The IWAA was established in 2009 to acknowledge and honor the accomplishments and contributions of women in world-wide community development. The IWAA is usually held during the International Women’s month, to acknowledge and honor women who have excelled in different spheres of life thereby empowering young women to reach their goals.  The IWAA brings together women from across the globe and recognizes their accomplishments. 

The 2nd IWAA promises to be spectacular and breath-taking as it will assemble an array of extra-ordinary women achievers from across the globe to acknowledge their accomplishments.  The dignitaries that will be honored with awards in various categories and who would grace the occasion include the Most Honorable Portia Simpson Miller, Jamaica’s seventh Prime Minister and the first Jamaican woman to serve in that capacity; Tonya Lee Williams (“Dr. Olivia Winters”), the founder of Actor-Reel World Film Festival and internationally recognized actress on the popular daytime drama, The Young and the Restless.

Other recipients are: the Most Honorable Marcia Griffiths, First Lady of Songs, Empress of Reggae and Female Vocalist Supreme; Susan Hay, Veteran weather anchor and TV hostess; Dorett Walker, First Lady, President of the Women’s Discipleship and leader of the Prayer Ministry at Praise Cathedral Worship Centre; Her Excellency, Ekaette Unoma Akpabio, wife of the Executive Governor of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria and Chairperson of the Family Life Enhancement Initiative (FLEI); and Pauline Christian, President of the Black Business and Professional Association (BBPA).  These are just to mention a few, as all recipients are remarkable in their own rights.

Tunes and cultural dances of JAEL of JCT Records, Ijo-Vudu Group, Arnold Witt, Nickki Clarke, Jannett Scott, Jimmy Reid and Dobby Dobson, backed by the Majestic Worrior Band, will flavor the occasion, spiced by The Massey Sound.  Professor Tak Mak, Director, Campbell Family Institute for Breast Cancer Research at the University of Alberta will deliver the Key-Note address.

As the 2nd IWAA is also dedicated to finding a permanent and safest cure for breast cancer, The Canadian Breast Cancer Society of Canada is a partner as well as co-sponsor.  Other co-sponsors are: The Sway Magazine; Rogers TV; Money Gram; AP Group International; Sweet Somethings; Moneygram; The Young Immigrant; Sandra Bashment Boutique; Women Ah Run Tings Promotion; Fabulous Inflatables; The Destiny Group; JLT Records; and The Black Business Professional Association.

Please join Princess Promotion Enterprise to celebrate these great women achievers.

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