A group of 25 young African leaders was immersed in public management training and Wisconsin culture for six weeks as part of the U.S. Department of State Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. The fellows participated …
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Few buildings in Madison are filled with more geographic diversity than Ingraham Hall, where the 2018 class of Mandela Washington Fellows gathers for regular meetings.
Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield calls Mandela Washington Fellows “Africa’s future”
Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who has served as assistant secretary of state for Africa and ambassador to Liberia, knows that Africa faces challenges. Yet while conflict, terrorism, poverty and diseases are real issues facing Africa, she sees …
African professionals, activists among 2017 Mandela Washington Fellows at UW-Madison
In mid-June, the University of Wisconsin–Madison will welcome 25 young African leaders to campus, representing 20 countries and diverse professional fields including healthcare, law, journalism, social services, human rights and public administration.
UW-Madison selected to host young African leaders in summer 2017
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will again host 25 of Africa’s emerging leaders in in June for a six-week public management academic and leadership institute, a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.