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The Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Presidential Center for Women and Development (Monrovia)

2nd Cohort of Accomplished African Women Join Amujae Initiative

The Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Presidential Center for Women and Development (EJS Center) has announced the second cohort of accomplished African women to join its flagship program, the Amujae Initiative. The Amujae Initiative, launched last year by former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, prepares women to excel in the highest echelons of public leadership, and to bring other women along. Read more.

The 2021 cohort of Amujae Leaders consist of 15 women, all recognized as leaders in their spheres of work: Tejumola Abisoye, Farida Bedwei, Dagmawit Moges Bekele, Susan Grace Duku, Dr. Yakama Manty Jones, Isata Kabia, Bogolo Kenewendo, Eng. Ghada Labib, Angèle Makombo, Fatoumatta Njai, Ifeyinwa Maureen Okafor, Umra Omar, Dr. Adaeze Oreh, Telia Urey and Anne Waiguru.



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