Network with Professional Women in Johannesburg, South Africa
with your Host, Rooksana Modan
Join us at our next breakfast event in JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA. Here, you’ll get your chance to tell your story and connect with like-minded, aspirational women.
Whatever your history or track record, what’s important, is how big your future dreams and ambitions are – and how to achieve them. GLOBAL WOMAN CLUB CITY JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA is here to help you become the best version of yourself, so celebrate the diversity and energy we offer, and discover “it’s 100% possible” – with a little help from your new friends.
To discuss membership and how you can benefit, please contact me directly.
Regional Director, Johannesburg
You can contact Rooksana at Johannesburg@globalwomanclub.com
Getting to know Rooksana, her background, her business now, how she got to know and became involved with Global Woman, and then the Regional Director. Why she loves it and her own vision and personal perspective for growing Global Woman Club in Johannesburg and connecting globally.
My background and business
Born in Lenasia, Johannesburg, in the apartheid era, currently residing in Bassonia, I have two sons 26 and 17, I am divorced. I come from a humble family, my dad instilled the values of hard work always pays off, my mum’s values, of always give back, are what has propelled me in my life. At the age of 29 I owned my first petrol station, and I have been coaching people on how to start and grow their business.
I am a Business Mindset Coach, helping you start, grow and explode your business. I am a Master Transformational Coach helping you set yourself free from limiting beliefs and blockages, a Branding Strategist, helping you to “Brand You and Your Business” to gain optimum exposure, and a Business Broker, helping you to “Buy and Sell” your business.
How I became involved with Global Woman
At first, I saw a post on Facebook from Ben Chai, attending a Global Woman Event, and I was totally impressed with Mirela, her energy her message the fun and excitement that everyone in the room was having. That was a year ago, I immediately said I am going to be a Global Woman. When I visited London in January I immediately made contact with Mirela through Ben Chai. My first meeting with her was at a radio studio in central London, and she hosting a radio interview. I was mesmerised by her presence and her essence. Mirela inspired and persuaded me to change my flight, (4 times!), to attend a Gala Dinner with her, then to attend a Success Resources event where Mirela was a speaker, and then to attend a Global Woman Club Networking Business Breakfast in London. Mirela announced at that breakfast that I would be the Global Woman Club Regional Director for Johannesburg, South Africa. I was absolutely excited.
How I see my role as Regional Director
Being a Regional Director of Global Woman Club, for Johannesburg South Africa, allows me to be part of a Global Woman networking platform, to meet and collaborate with amazing businesswomen. Women in business need a platform to network and to learn and share of best practices. My vision of empowering and uplifting women will be possible through this powerful and exciting Global Woman platform.
I am all about collaboration, complimenting, uplifting, empowering, and bringing together like-minded women to share their story with other businesswomen. The values of Global Woman complements my values and mission whereby I would like to reach out to more women to be empowered, and for them to have the support and guidance of a strong, powerful, international Global Woman platform. I don’t believe that women need to challenge, compete, bully, or be mean to other women. Women are created to be nurturers, loving and caring is their nature, and yet they can be strong, and business like without losing their femininity.
For me, I see the Johannesburg Global Woman Club growing to having strong, diligent, growing businesswomen, whereby they can network globally and to have the support and upliftment of continually upgrading their business skills, and being empowered to source business from each other and to learn from each other.