African Leadership Academy seeks to transform Africa by developing a powerful network of young leaders who are ready to accelerate the continent’s growth.
The next generation of African
Entrepreneurs Artists Scientists Laureates Educators Innovators Diplomats Leaders
Kenesa Huluka, '22
An entrepreneur who uses technology to tackle issues in his community.
Nour Darragi, ’21
The founder of “Always Dreams”, a club that uses art as a tool for problem solving.
Mukudzeiishe Madzivire '21
An accomplished writer, Muku is deeply committed to inspiring young people to harness the power of writing.
Abdulrasaq Amolegbe, '20
An innovative entrepreneur who is working to create a cash-to-cashless digital experience for immigrant students in Africa.
Geraldine Mukumbi, ’11
Dedicated educator who is pursuing a PhD at Stanford University as a Knight-Hennessy Scholar.
Ubongabasi Asuquo, ‘17
A health care advocate who aspires to address pressing public health concerns in Nigeria.
Eddy Oketch, ‘08
A lifelong activist and Senator of Migori County.
Fatima Al Ansar, ’09
Internationally recognized women’s rights advocate and Mali’s youngest diplomat.
Mohamed Echkouna, ’11
Accomplished filmmaker and storyteller who was announced as one of six winners of a Netflix film competition.
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