GE's Partnerships with the African Leadership Academy

Author:
General Electric
Publisher:
General Electric
Publication Date:
7 November 2014
Tags:
Africa, Economy, Business and Finance, Industry and Infrastructure, Innovation, Investment

African Leadership Academy (ALA) identifies young leaders from across Africa and enables them to practice and develop leadership through a hands-on and unique entrepreneurial leadership program at its Johannesburg campus in South Africa. GE believes in ALA's mission and has partnered with the Academy to enable students from Ethiopia, Mozambique, Tanzania and the very first students admitted from Angola, attend the Academy.


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