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Evrything Africa panel director Yanet Adere highlights achievements and future plans with The African Press

Yanet Adere, the conference panel director of the Evrything Africa, shed light on the organization’s core objectives and notable accomplishments.

“Evrything Africa is dedicated to fostering connections among Black African and African diasporic communities in the DMV (DC, Maryland and Virginia) area, engaging them in essential conversations concerning the progress of African nations, the African diaspora, and Black communities within the United States,” Adere told The African Press senior national correspondent, Bola Ishola, during an exclusive interview via phone.

The conference panel director, Yanet Adere poses for photo during Evrything Africa conference in Washington DC.

Adere expressed his positive impressions of the program’s impact, emphasizing the significant engagement and connections that evolved during the recently concluded event.

She noted that the initiative provided a platform for creative individuals to showcase their work, seek assistance, and collaborate on implementing solutions to community challenges.

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An exemplar of this success was Jennie Nwokoye’s Clafiya platform, which connects primary care physicians with those in need, underscoring the program’s efficacy in realizing its vision and mission.

Looking ahead, Adere unveiled the program’s plans for the next edition. She announced that another conference is scheduled for the upcoming year, with a comprehensive focus on panel topics encompassing health, sports, technology and innovation, and creative culture.

Attendees at the 2023 Evrything Africa in Washington DC. Photo: Evrything Africa organizer.

The organization aspires to maintain continuous engagement throughout the year through webinars, networking opportunities, and various initiatives, contingent upon securing sponsorship and support.

In recognizing the leadership of the initiative, Adere commended Heli Amare, the founder and creative director of Evrything Africa, for her adept management and facilitation of the program.

Heli Amare and Yanet Adere poses for photo during Evrything Africa conference in Washington DC. Photo: Evrything Africa organizer.

She lauded her ability to convey her vision while fostering a collaborative environment that enables team members to contribute creatively.

Working closely with Amare, Adere found the experience both gratifying and productive, as the organization successfully organized the conference for the second consecutive year.

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Attendees at the 2023 Evrything Africa in Washington DC. Photo: Evrything Africa organizer.

She expressed his enthusiasm for the program’s sustained growth and its positive impact on communities in the years to come.

Adere has played a pivotal role in empowering individuals within the African diaspora to realize their potential through the initiatives of Evrything Africa.

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