Isabel dos Santos is an accomplished businesswoman from Africa. She has used her achievements to engage others in conversations about African life, human rights, and women in business. During one part of her life, she gave many talks around the globe concerning all of these issues that have touched her home and heart. Today, Isabel dos Santos is heavily involved in her corporation, has a family of her own, and still fights for human rights everywhere. She bases her work and home life out of Portugal, the UK, and her home country, Angola.
Isabel dos Santos was invited to speak at Yale University in the United States. She received her engineering degree from King’s in Britain, so she is familiar with the college atmosphere. Her speech highlighted what she had done to promote change in her own communities. Dos Santos could talk with authority because of all of the work, time, and money she has put into Angola.
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Her message to the students was clear and contained many points. First, give back. She made her stance on the matter clear. If someone is lucky enough to be in a position to help, they should. Another aspect of business life that she morphed into service life was giving people power and responsibility. Individuals can become in charge of their destiny with mentorship, guidance, and support. Teaching people how to run their own businesses, countries, and lives is powerful, and the effects will last for generations. One of the final issues she brought to light was that most areas of the planet need access to technology today, and not just any type, but access to the internet. The information on the internet can power dreams, teach children and adults, and create work. It is a tool that Isabel dos Santos has brought to her country, and she seems to feel very strongly about the issue.
Isabel dos Santos owns a cable company that brought in the wiring so cities could receive transmissions, such as the internet and telephone lines. In addition to cable, another company of hers set up cell towers to improve satellite and cellular services.
Shoprite perde dinheiro em Angola e diz que Angola neste momento é o país mais difícil de África para trabalhar! https://t.co/UnVFihy2sM
— Isabel Dos Santos (@isabelaangola) August 22, 2019