Princess Halliday, Ph.D (a Professor of Ethics)
Dr Halliday is a TV personality, professor of ethics, leadership ambassador, talk show host, trained petroleum engineer, communications expert, public speaker and occasional actress. She is the founder of the Empower Africa Initiative (EAI). Halliday is the host and executive producer of “The Princess Halliday Show”, which airs on M-Net, on the DSTV platform across 48 African countries. It is also syndicated across Nigeria on Silverbird Television, and in the UK on BEN TV London.
She is redefining what it means to be a revolutionary leader. An authentic lady who leads with a high emotional intelligence, a voice to reckon with, worthy of great honor, and attracts reverence. Having accomplished so much at such a young age, Dr. Halliday makes us believe that you can be young, pretty, intelligent, and still do things the right way.
She has one-on-one conversations with presidents, presidential candidates, governors, captains of industry, great leaders, top technocrats, celebrities, and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Dr. Princess C.H.E, PhD, speaks three different languages besides English. She is fluent in Hindi, Some French, and Arabic. She is from the Halliday Awusa “King Halliday” House of Grand Bonny Kingdom, making her a Princess by birth.
She is a top University Instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University. In 2019, Dr Halliday developed six new leadership programs for Virginia State University College of Sociology and Criminal Justice. She is also a guest lecturer at California State University Northridge, where she teaches Masters Degree Students.
Over the years, Dr. Princess C.H.E, PhD has acted as a corporate advisor to government institutions and international private business organizations across America, Europe, and Africa. Dr. Princess Halliday serves on the board of directors for Miss Commonwealth London. Currently, she sits on the board of leadership for Women Ablaze Virginia, working for the elimination and discrimination against women and girls, advocating for women and girls’ equal rights, combating discriminatory practices, and challenging the roles and stereotypes that affect inequalities and exclusion. She is usually referred to as the Face of Authentic Leadership.