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[Youth Initiatives] The Future of Female African Leadership

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TOPIC: Finding the Future of Female African Leadership

We're delighted to be past the 10-show milestone at Youth Initiatives. Your host Tully McLoughlin is on the air every week at 4pm GMT / 12pm EST with a new show, broadcast live, that seeks to connect the world to Africa through the lens of youth leadership, youth programs, and youth-centered change. Have a comment about the show? Tully would love to hear from you. Email him at tully.mcloughlin@africanviews.org and he'll read your comment on the air!

DATE: Friday, October 26th, 2012

TIME: 12:00-1:00pm EST / 4:00-5:00pm GMT

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HOST: Tully McLoughlin

Also broadcast live on WYBC Yale Radio (http://wybc.com/listen)

About this show

The future of Africa relies on the strong leadership of African women. We're privileged to have as our guest a young woman who encapsulates the spirit of young African leadership: Ann Moatshe. After graduating from the Malaysia Campus of Nottingham University with an Honours degree in Electronic and Communications Engineering, Ann was a MILEAD Fellow at the University of Ghana in Accra. The Moremi Initiative Leadership Empowerment and Development (MILEAD) Program identifies and invites young African women and girls to take part in a year-long development program.

A world traveler, Ann has done research to develop solutions for Africa, counseled students from different backgrounds in the basics of Christianity, and worked closely with survivors of breast cancer. And in the future she wants to devote herself to improving inter-cultural relations within Africa and between Africa and the world.