Zambia : Ngulube is the new leader of International Federation for Women Accountant

Zambia’s Ngulube set to begin role as International Federation for Women Accountant’s President. Photo : Patriotic Front-PF/Facebook

Johannesburg, South Africa (ADV) – Zambia’s Muyaka Ethel Ngulube was recently elected the President of International Federation for Women Accountants (IFWA).

IFWA is a Non-Political and Non-Profit organisation. It is the brain child of the Society of Women Accountants of Nigeria (SWAN), it is also an umbrella body that derives its membership from the National Women Accountants Associations/Societies across the globe.

The organisation is mandated to support the establishment of National Associations/Societies of Women Accountants; advocate on cross-cutting social, political and economic issues; to provide a platform for knowledge and experience sharing; and to promote and support all activities of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).

In a statement, Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA) congratulated Ngulube. The organisation noted that she will still hold her position as the National Coordinator for the Forum for Zambia Women Accountants (FZWA), which was adopted as its subdivision and became a member of IFWA last year.

“This position is expected to place FZWA on a global platform thereby creating international exposures to FZWA members,” read the statement.

Ngulube is an Associate member of ZICA with over 15 years of experience in public and private sector. She holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) and MSC in Strategic Planning. She is also a Certified Compliance Professional with the International Academy of Business and Financial Management (USA).

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