After 30 years building a very successful career in the broadcast media industry, Eunice Williams decided to change lanes and take on the property market.
Williams says she started her career as a production assistant in a newsroom and worked her way up the corporate ladder.
She later decided to venture into her own business, but faced entrepreneurial challenges which led her to Dogon Group Properties.
Williams says she began researching and reading on the property market to develop her expertise.
It was a new challenge and I got into it with all my heart.— Eunice Williams, Estate Agent at Dogon Properties
I didn't want to entertain doubt, because it can block you from the course of victory.— Eunice Williams, Estate Agent at Dogon Properties
Most exciting of it all is clinching the deal.— Eunice Williams, Estate Agent at Dogon Properties
She says she has faced challenges as a black women in the industry, which is still lagging in transformation.
Despite many barriers, Williams says she's taken it upon herself to prove people wrong, remain professional and put her best foot forward.
Take a listen to her inspiring story:
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