YALI

The Local Take: Senegalese Entrepreneur Fatima Ba

Nov 23, 2019

  One in our series of interviews with the 2019 Clark Atlanta University School of Business Young African Leadership Initiative - Mandela Fellows. This highly competitive program, which began under the Obama Administration in 2009 brings the brightest young leaders from across the continent for an eight week intensive study program around entrepreneurship at Clark Atlanta University.  Fatima Ba from Senegal West Africa is a fashion designer.

WCLK's The Local Take has profiled members of the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) since it's inception. Saturday morning at 8am we present our final interview with the CAU Summer Mandela Fellows, Senegalese Entrepreneur Fatima Ba. We also talk with the person responsible for the program being at Clark Atlanta University-- CAU YALI Program Director Dr. Mesfin Buzuneh.

            Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK's The Local Take, we continued our series of interviews with the 2019 Clark Atlanta University School of Business Young African Leadership Initiative - Mandela Fellows.

Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK's The Local Take, we begin a series of interviews with the 2019 Clark Atlanta University School of Business Young African Leadership Initiative - Mandela Fellows. This highly competitive program, which began under the Obama Administration in 2009 brings the brightest young leaders from across the continent for an eight week intensive study program around entrepreneurship.

For the last five years The Local Take has brought fellows in the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) to speak with us about the program and their countries.  Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK I spoke with three fellows from the Clark Atlanta University program:  Jean Jacques Abe of Ivory Coast, Diana Dwanah of Liberia and Linda Alwedo of Uganda. 

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