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LDI Africa Partners with TechnoServe and APSIA for the annual Talent Africa Series Global Professionals - Emerging Opportunities in International Service and Leadership
WASHINGTON, DC, September 22, 2017 – LDI Africa is proud to partner with TechnoServe and the Association of Professional Schools for International Affairs (APSIA) for the annual Talent Africa Series in Washington, DC on October 11, 2017, 6pm EST. Our panel of global experts will discuss current fellowship and employment opportunities in Africa across diverse industries, as well as shaping the future of global engagement with the continent. LDI Africa is also excited to announce the additional partnership and support of the Congressional African Staff Association (CASA) and the George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs for this series and future projects.
As global interconnectedness continues to accelerate at an ever far-reaching pace, there is a need for the next generation of leaders to expand their professional development opportunities beyond their own borders. “As we work to define a new era of US and Africa engagement, LDI Africa is excited to lead the way by connecting talented professionals looking to expand their international experience in a meaningful way to the leading African profit and nonprofit organizations in need of crucial human capital in order to expand impact ” says founder Gbenga Ogunjimi.
The event will be held at the George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs, 1957 E St. NW, Room B12, starting at 6pm EST. The program includes a panel discussion on international leadership and service, specifically in Africa, networking opportunities to meet global experts and young professionals, and a chance to learn about current work and international service opportunities with leading African profit and nonprofit organizations. LDI Africa will also present its Emerging Institutions Fellowship Program and current openings to place rising global leaders and professionals in industries across the continent.
Visit the following link for program information and registration: https://www.ldiafricatas2017.eventbrite.com/
LDI Africa is a nonprofit social enterprise that builds the capacity of African corporations, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations to compete in the global marketplace through the service of skilled international volunteers.
CASA is a bipartisan, bicameral organization that strives to educate Congressional staffers on substantive African issues, highlight best practices for diplomacy and governance, and bring light to innovative initiatives in Africa and throughout the Diaspora.
TechnoServe is a nonprofit organization operating in 29 countries and a leader in harnessing the power of the private sector to help people lift themselves out of poverty
The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) was created in 1989 and dedicated to the improvement of graduate education in international affairs and brings together the field’s leading graduate schools around the world.