About the 2011 Fellows

The African Leadership Institute selects exceptional emerging African leaders for the prestigious Tutu Leadership Fellowship annually.  Typically, it receives more than 300 nominations for the approximately 20 or so slots available each year, from which the cohort is selected. The candidates demonstrate the incredible wealth and breadth of leadership talent that exists in Africa’s young leaders, which bodes well for Africa’s future. Since AFLI has been developing leaders for more than a decade, so it is impossible to list all of them on one page.  To find a Tutu Fellow, Tutu Leadership Programme Associate, or a group of Fellows, please use the search tool at the top of the site.  You can search by year, name, a location, a field of expertise or any other area of specialization or interest.


 

wachiraBridget Wachira


Kenya

 

Bridgit EvansBridgit Evans


Cape Town, South Africa

 

Buyisiwe MakhungaBuyisiwe Makhunga


South Africa

 

Cedric Kayeye NtumbaCedric Kayeye Ntumba


Democratic Republic of Congo / South Africa

 

Charles WashomaCharles Washoma


Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

 

Edith JibunohEdith Jibunoh


Abuja, Nigeria

 

Elizabeth TaylorElizabeth Taylor


Nigeria

 

Expect NtsepeExpect Ntsepe


South Africa

 

Frances AndersonFrances Anderson


Namibia

 

Jacqueline Muna MusiitwaJacqueline Muna Musiitwa


Kenya

 

Jean-Philippe KayobotsiJean-Philippe Kayobotsi


Rwanda

 

Joseph SenonaJoseph Senona


South Africa

 

Momar DiengMomar Dieng


Senegal/ Liberia

 

Mucha MkanganwiMucha Mkanganwi


Zimbabwe

 

Muhammad Sani DattijoMuhammad Sani Dattijo


Nigeria

 

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