This is a global pandemic… nobody has a ready-made handbook on how to go through COVID-19. We are all grappling and trying to find our way through the pandemic together.”Adepeju Jaiyeoba, 2014 Fellowship Alumna from Nigeria and 2019 Leadership Impact Award Winner
Watch the Fellowship’s first-ever Facebook Live event, an interactive Q&A on Moving Forward Together: Servant Leadership During Crisis, focused on how Fellowship Alumni are using servant leadership approaches to navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how others can apply them to lead in their communities.
Featured speakers included:
- Adepeju Jaiyeoba, 2014 Fellowship Alumna from Nigeria and 2019 Leadership Impact Award Winner and maternal and child health expert
- Ibrahima Kalil Gueye, 2018 Fellowship Alumnus from Guinea and 2020 Leadership Impact Award Winner and good governance advocate
- Moderator: Nancy Hopkins, Director of Programs at The Presidential Precinct
I’m trying to be a kind of guardian of my community in good or bad moments… I’m not so useful in the front line in this fight because I’m not a healthcare professional. But I can contribute by doing anything in my [power] to develop effective strategies and help with communication.”Ibrahima Kalil Gueye, 2018 Fellowship Alumnus from Guinea and 2020 Leadership Impact Award Winner