Ovuwa Adams-Nethomboni is a social entrepreneur who leads a number of business initiatives aimed at educating and inspiring women, children and the youth to help them find a balance between capability and purpose.
In every business initiative, there is a focus on unleashing the potential that is required to effect socio-economic change. The ultimate aim is to equip ordinary people with basic skills so they can find ways to make a living whilst fulfilling a personal sense of achievement.
Ovuwa is a change catalyst, an optimist who ignites passion in the most doubtful of dreamers. A passionate motivational speaker, mentor, coach and mother to all children.
She is focused on her long term vision of influencing the transformation agenda in response to the 4th industrial revolution and foster a culture of learning across Africa.
Ovuwa Adams-Nethomboni like many working women has had the experience of working with different domestic helpers in her home. She has also helped many other women to find good domestic help. Her experiences combined with those of her friends family, colleagues and clients is what has prompted her to write this book. The message is no doubt important to many families and the witty manner in which the message is presented, makes it a must read. This book gives valuable advice and shares lessons learned for anyone who has domestic help under their employment or is planning to employ one. Not only does Ovuwa aim to share her valuable knowledge on this delicate subject, but she is sure to tickle your funny bone.