Dovetales Welcomes Award-Winning Lawyer Passionate About Immigrant Women Leaders, Author, and Speaker Chinwe Esimai

Happy Holiday’s to everyone. It’s been a great time of rest–God’s rest. Dovetales is back this Sunday, December 16, 2018 to interview a visionary, a genius and a woman who does nothing without consulting Christ first. How ironic, because this mother, wife, author, speaker who inspires immigrant women and leaders to strive for excellence is also an award-winning lawyer.Yes, even counselors need council! It is no doubt to me why the Nigerian Lawyers Association named her Trailblazer of the Year, she is also 2018 recipient of the Face2Face Africa Corporate Leadership Award, Managing Director and Chief Anti-Bribery Officer at Citigroup, Inc while overseeing Citi’s global Anti-Bribery program which develops and maintains an enterprise-wide framework for compliance with anti-bribery laws and regulations by US,UK and 160 countries where Citi does business. I am learning, in life, that promotion, knowledge, understanding and discernment can only come when one is in close proximity to Christ. Join us to discover how this extraordinary woman, Chinwe Esimai has found safety, comfort, direction and peace in the arms of her counselor, governor, gardener and provider Jesus Christ. To God be the everlasting Glory–forever, Amen.

To tune into our broadcast Sunday, December 16, 2018, click here.

Curious about Chinwe Esimai?:

Promoted from Senior Vice President to Director, and subsequently, Managing Director within three short years at Citi, Chinwe has overseen global enhancements of the bank’s anti-bribery compliance program from its early beginnings, to now leading a team of professionals managing anti-bribery controls across the enterprise.Prior to Citi, she spent a combined five years at Goldman Sachs, in various regulatory risk management roles, including representing Goldman in regulatory inquiries involving the bank’s options and derivatives businesses and serving as anti-bribery officer.

She was a law professor at the University of St. Thomas School of Law where she taught Securities Regulation, Law & Finance in Emerging Markets, and Business Associations. She began her career as a corporate associate at LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, LLP, where she worked on mergers and acquisitions and capital markets transactions.

Chinwe serves as a thought leader in her industry and speaks frequently at conferences on women and leadership, trends in anti-bribery enforcement, ethics, African economic development, and leveraging fintech to promote integrity in the public sector. She has presented three times at the United Nations, discussing Sustainable Development Goals, Africa Agenda 2063, and entrenching good governance in Africa.

Chinwe shares leadership insights on her blog and through other channels such as Forbes. She is an Executive Council member of the Ellevate Network, a global network for professional women, providing opportunities for women to connect, learn, and invest in themselves.

The Nigerian Lawyers Association named Chinwe Trailblazer of the Year, an award which honors a distinguished attorney whose professional accomplishments and leadership abilities have been recognized in the legal profession (public or private service). She is the 2018 recipient of the Face2Face Africa Corporate Leadership award.

She is Chair of the Board of Harambee USA, a non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting education and sustainable development in Sub-Saharan Africa.

She obtained a B.A. in Political Science, summa cum laude, from the City College of NY, and J.D. from Harvard Law School.

DCL Ministries

 

 

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