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African leaders conclude Mandela Fellowship stay in Stillwater; available for interviews
Mon, July 17, 2017
African community leaders get business and civic lessons during fellowship on OSU campus.
Twenty-five African community leaders are spending part of the summer taking part in the Mandela Washington Fellowship on the campus of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. OSU was one of 40 institutions selected to host the international program. The program is designed to empower young leaders from sub-Saharan Africa through academic coursework, leadership training and networking opportunities.
The group will be in Stillwater for the rest of the week before ending their time in the US with a trip to Washington D. C. next week.
Interview, video and photo opportunities will be available during the group's scheduled service projects or while shadowing local business leaders in the Stillwater and Payne County area. To get more information or schedule an interview, contact Sean Hubbard at 405.744.4490 or sean.hubbard@