In 2015 I was selected as the MILEAD Fellow for Cameroon.
The MILEAD Fellows Program is a year-long leadership development program designed to identify, develop and promote emerging young African Women leaders to attain and thrive in leadership in their community and Africa as a whole.
The program selects 25 young women aged 25 and below who have illustrated potential as nation builders and ‘influencers’. MILEAD offers them a chance to become part of an inter-continental network for professional and personal development, offers them a three week training in Accra, Ghana and challenges them to completed a transformational project in their communities upon their return home.
As the program requires selected fellows contribute a percentage of their individual cost, I was compelled to do a fundraiser to support my participation. Alongside the the successful fundraising, and upon urging from Ngum Ngafor of Africally Speaking, I made vlogs on my MILEAD Experience.
Here are three of those vlogs for your ease of access.
Prior to take-off
While in Ghana: