YELP Graduation WeekendAn Update

YELP Class of 2018 graduated on 26th January 2019. The fellows have been a part of the Young and Emerging Leaders Project for the past year and upon completion of their third and final seminar, graduated officially as fellows of the LéO Africa Institute. We are especially excited to announce the 2018 YELP valedictorian, Wanjuhi Njoroge, from Kenya. Upon being selected as the YELP valedictorian, Wanjuhi received the Magnus Mchunguzi certificate for being the most outstanding fellow of the 2018 cohort.

Class of 2017 YELP Experience

   

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Upcoming

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YELP 2019 Seminar 1

The Young and Emerging Leaders Project (YELP) Class of 2019 will be take part in their first, of three, seminars from 22nd – 24th March. The seminar will be held at Kasenge Forest Resort, Mbalala. The first YELP seminar will have the fellows tackling aspects of personal leadership, with the aid of readings from some of Africa’s revolutionary leaders.

  • March 22, 2019
  • Kasenge Forest Resort, Mbalala