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Young Global Leader honor

I am honored to have been selected as a 2013 Young Global Leader (YGL). This honour is bestowed by the World Economic Forum each year to recognize the most distinguished leaders under the age of 40, nominated from around the world.

photo via Dritte

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Dritte

The Forum of Young Global Leaders is a “dynamic, diverse, global community of the world’s most outstanding, next-generation leaders, who commit a portion of their time to jointly share a better future and thereby improve the state of the world.”

“Young Global Leaders represent the future of leadership, coming from all regions of the world and representing business, government, civil society, arts and culture, academia and media, as well as social entrepreneurs.”

Set up as an independent, not-for-profit foundation under the supervision of the Swiss government, The Forum of Young Global Leaders works as an integral part of the World Economic Forum platform to engage young leaders into deep interaction with other stakeholders of global society. YGLs are fully involved in virtually all meetings, research and initiatives  of the World Economic Forum, representing the views and interests of their generation

Among many roles of the Young Global leaders program is to catalyse the next generation of leaders through personal experiences that enable YGLs to build knowledge and engender a better understanding of global challenges and trends, risks and opportunities.

Also happy to see Ola Orekunrin, Founder The Flying Doctors Nigeria, Marieme Jamme Founder SpotOne Global Solutions Senegal on the list.

List of 2013 Young Global Leader http://www3.weforum.org/docs/YGL13/WEF_YGL13_Honourees.pdf

I look forward to engaging with community and the never ending learning experiences.

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7 thoughts on “Young Global Leader honor

  1. Congratulations Rosebell. There is no doubt you have great potential and you have a great future ahead of you. Proud of you and you should be delighted that you stand among celebrated people around the world in this honor!

  2. NDIKUMWENAYO Stève says:

    Congratulations. I am not surprised to see the World recognizing you as a prominent leader. Keep the pace my dear, change the worrl, positively

  3. Pingback: WEF's Young African Global Leaders Class of 2013

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