Name:   Adele Wotherspoon

Country: South Africa

Birthday: 1970/05/17

Height: 1.54

Hair Color: Dark Brown

Eye Color: Green

Status: Married

Occupation / Career: Self Employed

Country of Citizenship: South Africa

Place of Birth: South Africa

Languages: English/afrikans

Education / Special Training: After Matric, I started my BComm Degree. However, after completing the first year I realised that I had a passion for events, and my training thereafter that was in the events industry. I was employed at a Private Bank as a Sponsorship and Events Specialist for many years before the opportunity to start my own events company that opened up in 2006. I also have a Diploma in Bookkeeping.

Name on FacebookAdele Wotherspoon

Name on Instagramadele.wotherspoon1

Name on Twitter@Adele1DB

Tell us about your family:I am a wife to my husband and biggest supporter and a mother to our blended family of 5 children. My son Justin is 25 and runs his own very successful Web Designing business. He is getting married on 22 June 2019. My daughter Chamese is 24 and is a qualified EMS (Electric Muscle Simulation) Therapist. She currently works in my salon as our Make-Up Artist & Stylist. She is my “mini-me”. My stepson Keetan is 17 and is home-schooled. We then have Kayla my stepdaughter who is 16 and my youngest daughter Tamia who is 15. Every single one of them have their own special place in my heart.

In my spare time I enjoy:Spending time with my family and playing golf with my husband.

People describe me as: An extremely compassionate person

Why is this important to you?I am passionate about education, specifically early childhood education, and believe that with early brain interventions we can change the face of education for the world and ultimately poverty. Poverty is the world’s greatest challenge and in South Africa. It is considered as one of the country’s triple threats (alongside unemployment and inequality). Approximately 63% of young children in South Africa live in poverty which affects their physical, cognitive and emotional development. Shortfalls and gaps in early childhood development are difficult to correct which means that these children are always going to school at a disadvantage and playing catch up.

As a woman of empowerment, what is your "Magic"?Dreams do come true – If you can dream it you can do it! The power to be happy lies in your own hands. Take charge of your life with grace, strength and confidence.

What is your favorite family recipe?Potjiekos

What is your guilty pleasure?Definitely Chocolate

What household chore to you actually enjoy?Switching on the dishwasher

In my beauty bag you would find:Lipstick

If there was a magazine title about you, what would it say?A Crown for Krugersdorp philanthropist

Create Magic...

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