Leadership 101: "How I started an arts non-profit, and other tales from Ghana"Leadership 101: "How I started an arts non-profit, and other tales from Ghana"http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/219011Ira Reid House2012-10-25T13:00:002012-10-25T14:30:00
October 25,2012 1:00PM–2:30PM
Ira Reid House
Come to the Ira Reid House for tea with Deborah Ahenkorah, founder of the Golden Baobab foundation in Ghana, to hear about the great work she has done and learn how you can make a change in the world! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the OMA, Rufus Jones Leadership Initiative, and the CPGC for tea with Deborah Ahenkorah! Come to hear and discuss the great work she has done and how you can make a change in the world! Deborah studied political science at Bryn Mawr College and pursued her passion for global issues by gaining experience in the European Union Parliament and The Global Fund for Children. She is now the co-founder and executive director of Golden Baobab which is renowned for its annual Golden Baobab Literary Prize. She created this prize with one mission in mind: to inspire African writers to create stories for young readers. In the past four years, this literary award has inspired the creation of over 850 children and young adult stories from 19 countries. To RSVP, contact the OMA at email@example.com. *RSVP is required to attend.
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