Biola Alabi of M-NET Africa, has been chosen to be among the Yale world fellows. Yale World Fellows is the university’s signature global leadership development program. Each year since 2002, Yale has invited a group of accomplished mid-career professionals from a wide range of fields and countries for an intensive four-month period of academic enrichment and leadership training. This year’s cohort brings the total number of Yale World Fellows to 257, representing 83 countries.
Biola Alabi Named Yale World Fellow Alongside 15 Others
Biola Alabi of M-NET Africa, has been chosen to be among the Yale world fellows.
From August to December, the 2014 World Fellows will participate in specially designed seminars in leadership, management, and global affairs taught by leading Yale faculty; audit any of the 3,000 courses offered at the university; engage in discussion and debate with a wide range of distinguished guest speakers; receive individualized professional development training; and deliver public talks on their work, their countries, and the issues they are passionate about.
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