Slice Media Boss to Deliver Keynote Address at Legislative Workshop
The Founder and CEO of Slice Media, Khadijah Okunnu-Lamidi who is also a former presidential aspirant, will give the keynote address at the Legislative Workshop on Saturday, September 22, 2023, at the Physiology Seminar Room, New FBMS Building, LASUCOM, Ikeja, Lagos.
She will be speaking on the theme, “From Ideas to Laws: Legislative Excellence in a Changing World”. The event will commence at 10 a.m. and will be attended by professionals in different industries.
The Legislative Workshop is a one-day event that is part of the annual Lagos State University Medical Students ’ Association (LASUMSA) Senate Parliamentary Week. It is centred around educating and equipping young legislators and parliamentarians of
LASUMSA as well as colleagues across sister associations with basic legislative skills and emphasizing the importance of participation in government processes and policy making.
Noteworthy, the LASUMSA Senate is the lawmaking arm of LASUMSA, the body is saddled with the responsibility of formulating policies and oversight functions in directing the affairs of over 600 members of the association.
Khadijah got her first job at age 16 at The Motherless Babies Home Lekki, where she was introduced to community influencing.
She also worked at the Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA) for four years before delving into entrepreneurship to establish Slice Media Solutions, an advertising agency.
Khadijah was the first female to declare interest to contest for the 2023 Presidential Election. She is also the first female to be featured as a cover story in Out-Of-Home Magazine in Nigeria. She has also been featured as one of the Top 50 Women in Marketing & Communication in Nigeria. She is a member of the Advertising Regulatory Council of Nigeria (ARCON),
She is known for her gender balance and youth development advocacy. She is the brain behind some social impact initiatives such as – Water Relief Nigeria, Help Our Youth (HOY), To Better Nigeria & Project: Bridge the Gap.