Yetty Williams is the founder of LagosMums, the first Nigerian blog dedicated to Mums, parents, and caregivers. She believes that parenting should be a mindful and collaborative process. As a parenting coach her mission for creating the LagosMums community is to be a family life and parenting resource for mums, parents, and caregivers. Yetty believes it takes an e-village to raise a child in the 21st Century. She is the convener of the LagosMums Parenting Conference which is an annual gathering of thousands of parents and experts discussing pertinent topics relating to parenting and family matters.
Meet Digital Wellness Warrior Yetty: Seminars for Parents and Adults from London to Lagos
Yetty is a certified Life Coach, Neuro-linguistic Programming Practitioner, trained in Online Safety and Child Safeguarding and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA strategy and finance from the Yale School of Management, USA and she has an executive degree in Digital Media Marketing from the University of Cambridge. She is a social entrepreneur and has over 20 years working experience which spans financial services, real estate consulting. She started her career in Bloomberg Financial Markets and has also worked at Wachovia Bank (now Wells Fargo), Shell, Lafarge, and Union Bank.
As a speaker, she has been invited to speak several times on Parenting, work-life balance, digital media, and entrepreneurship at various companies, schools, company retreats and many more platforms locally and globally. Some of her speaking engagements include being the keynote speaker during the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day celebration hosted by Google in 2020.
Yetty has won several awards over the years. Some of which include, being announced as the winner in the Social Media/Online media category in the ELOY (Exquisite Lady Of the Year) 2015 Awards, being recognised as a conversation starter in the YNaija 100 media list and being listed on the Eko Women 100 list, recognition by the Lagos State Government for her work with women and families.
Yetty is available to provide Screen Time Clinic corporate trainings for adults.