Real Estate & Planning graduate Glory Edozien selected for the Grooming for Greatness Fellowship programme

25 November 2015

Real Estate & Planning graduate Glory Edozien selected for the Grooming for Greatness Fellowship programme

We are very pleased to announce that Real Estate & Planning graduate Glory Edozien has been selected for the Grooming for Greatness (G4G) Fellowship programme. Glory, who was awarded her PhD in 2009, was one of just 12 people selected for the programme, which is open to Africans across the world.

We are very pleased to announce that Real Estate & Planning graduate Glory Edozien has been selected for the Grooming for Greatness (G4G) Fellowship programme. Glory, who was awarded her PhD in 2009, was one of just 12 people selected for the programme, which is open to Africans across the world.

The Foundation’s mission is to identify exceptional leadership talent, whose core motivation and desire to give back to the community make them ideal candidates for a Fellowship. Fellows receive training and development such that they harness, develop, and achieve their greatest potential as African leaders.

When asked about her feelings on being selected, Glory said “Being selected for the Grooming for Greatness fellowship program is such an honour but most of all a responsibility. I am excited about meeting other Fellows, speakers and mentors but also quite eager to gain from the capacity building opportunities the Fellowship will provide.  A major objective of the Fellowship is to create a pipeline for leadership on the continent - leaders who are prepared to confront the challenges and embrace the opportunities in Africa. I hope that my participation in the year long fellowship will provide me with the much needed skills, networks, knowledge and opportunity to play my part in ensuring Africa’s future.”

We hope that Glory will feature as a Graduate of the Month in 2016 so we can hear how the Fellowship is going.

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