Nastassia Arendse is available to present as the Conference MC, Facilitator, Moderator to direct and host your next Dakar, Senegal event or conference.
Ms. Arendse is a leading Conference MC, Facilitator or moderator for your next Dakar, Senegal event or conference. Nastassia has been facilitating professionally for over 5 years.
By working with Nastassia, you are guaranteed a seasoned emcee professional that will make your event a success. Nastassia brings energy and positivity to each of her sessions.
Nastassia has hosted events around South Africa to some of the largest organizations in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. Learn more about why Nastassia Arendse is the right Conference MC, Facilitator, Moderator to direct and host your next Dakar, Senegal event or conference.
Nastassia Arendse is a recognized expert as an event MC or moderator after years of working with TOP corporations and radio host. A highly sought-after event host, facilitator, she guides individuals and businesses events magnify their impact.
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A leading international Event Emcee, Nastassia has hosted hundreds of events across South Africa with her professional facilitation and program directing is the leading MC in the competitive edge in the face of today’s complex markets. Nastassia is a sought-after business moderator who inspires, empowers and guides organizations and individuals to create sustainable, high-performance strategies. Nastassia through her facilitation, helps leaders embrace LEADERSHIP, cultivate work cultures of greater unity and resilience, as well as strengthen their voice as purpose driven leaders.
The westernmost point of continental Africa, Dakar is a cosmopolitan desert landscape that juts into the emerald Atlantic. With its brightly painted minibuses, wooden boats and a flair for colorful fashion, the capital of Senegal is a paradise of cool. Men waddle down the road in wetsuits pulled to their waists and surfboards tucked under their arms.
Women in mermaid-like dresses hawk sandwiches stuffed with egg, French fries and lentils that rival meals sold from any hipster food cart in New York City. Rooftop bars and restaurants abound, and many seaside establishments feature tidal pools and beach chairs for sunbathing.
With nearly six months of sunny days and sweater-weather evenings, this city is one of the more comfortable in the region. Senegal’s culture of hospitality, known as teranga, offers a welcoming vibe — don’t be surprised if you are beckoned over by locals to share a meal or a gritty cup of cafe touba, the local pepper-and-clove flavored brew.
Dakar is a city of extremes, where horse-cart drivers chug over swish highways and gleaming SUVs squeeze through tiny sand roads; where elegant ladies dig skinny heels into dusty walkways and suit-clad businessmen kneel down for prayer in the middle of the street. Once a tiny settlement in the south of the Cap Vert peninsula, Dakar now spreads almost across its entire triangle, and keeps growing.
For the traveler, there’s much to discover, from peaceful islands just off-shore to vertiginous nightlife dancing to mbalax beats. You can spend your days browsing frenetic markets and taking in the sights of bustling downtown, followed by sunset drinks overlooking the crashing waves. At once both intimidating and deeply alluring, Dakar is a fascinating introduction to Senegal.