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Daniella Atim speaks on domestic violence at She’s Empowered High Tea event

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Elegance and class would best describe the recently concluded ‘She’s Empowered High Tea event, organized by the UNAA First Lady, Mrs. Pamela Etibot and her team in Dallas.

The High Tea was a well-attended affair, drawing guests from across the United States, including Dallas, Oklahoma, Chicago, California, Oregon, Minnesota, and Boston.

The attendees, adorned in classy and colourful fascinators and dresses, set a high standard for sophistication. The atmosphere was filled with cheer and personal connections, fostering a sense of sisterhood. Feragne Villa, known for hosting weddings, provided a perfect backdrop for this event.

The event kicked off with hosts Dr. Elizabeth, known as Dr. E, and Mrs. Daphne Kirungi Rutehenda engaging the crowd. Dr. E led the ladies in reciting a mantra and encouraged them to say kind words to one another.

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Speakers included Mrs. Joana Ahounou, who led a heartfelt discussion on mental health, sparking lively conversations on this crucial topic. Pastor Nancy Twesigye gave a powerful presentation on cultivating greatness and supporting parents of children with special needs. Mrs. Irene Kasujja, a Human Resource Specialist, shared insights on succeeding in the corporate world and her journey as a breast cancer survivor, offering health and wellness advice.

Ms. Golda Namara presented on financial literacy, while Ms. Shanie Mbabazi, UNAA Secretary, discussed her passion for women’s empowerment. Ms. Vanessa Jones shared her personal journey of healing from trauma.

The highlight was Ms. Daniella Atim, wife of Ugandan musician Dr. Jose Chameleone, who spoke softly yet powerfully about her experience with domestic violence. Her story moved many to tears, as she shared to help others in similar situations.

Two panel discussions on building confidence and handling toxic relationships were so engaging that time ran out with women of all ages captivated by the sessions.

Entertainment was provided by SEA, a sister group in Dallas, and a saxophonist, both of whom added a delightful touch to the event.

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In her concluding speech, UNAA First Lady Mrs. Pamela Etibot encouraged women to support the She’s Empowered Initiative, emphasizing that women are the pillars of the world. She urged them to celebrate each other’s achievements, collaborate, and uplift one another, noting that there are enough resources for everyone to succeed. Mrs. Etibot also praised her husband, UNAA President Mr. Lambert Etibot, for his efforts in ensuring the event’s success, which was echoed by all attendees as a great event.

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