SLI2015: Training for the Best and Brightest Students on Leadership and Character Building in Rwanda
Chika Ezeanya received a Sylff fellowship in 2009–2011 at Howard University, while enrolled in a Doctorate program at Howard University in Washington DC. Her research focused on understanding the role of indigenous knowledge in Africa's education curriculum towards the general advancement of the continent. Since earning her PhD, she has been working at the University of Rwanda, where she is involved in teaching, research, mentoring and community development. She was awarded SLI in 2016, and implemented a two-day “Workshop on Character Building and Preparing Young Rwandans for Leadership towards Societal Advancement” in Kigali, Rwanda.
To contact this fellow, email the Sylff Association at sylff[a]tkfd.or.jp (replace [a] with @).