The Miss Namibia Organisation is undergoing a major change as its national director, Conny Maritz, has stepped down after 23 years in the position.
The announcement was made during the Miss Namibia Pageant Reveal on last week Thursday, where Umbi Karuaihe-Upi was announced as the new CEO of the Miss Namibia Organisation.Maritz explained that she believes there is a time for everything, and the time has come for the Miss Namibia Organisation to reach even greater levels of success, social importance, and national significance.
She expressed confidence in Karuaihe-Upi’s ability to lead the organisation to these heights.While Maritz may still be available to assist with the transition if needed, she believes the Miss Namibia Organisation will benefit greatly from the National Broadcasting Corporation’s (NBC) takeover and that the organisation will also be good for the NBC.
Karuaihe-Upi has already demonstrated her organisational skills and abilities during the most recent pageant, making her an ideal candidate to take over the national directorship. With Maritz’s support and guidance, Karuaihe-Upi will work to ensure the continued success and growth of the Miss Namibia Organisation.
The Miss Namibia Organisation has been a fixture in Namibian culture for many years, and its impact extends beyond the beauty pageant itself.
The organisation also works to promote social causes and empower women in the country. With Karuaihe-Upi at the helm, the organisation is poised to continue making a positive impact on Namibian society for years to come.