I should probably start off by admitting that this was my very first African conference. I have never before attended the Wharton African Business Forum (WABF), the Harvard Business School’s African Business Conference, or any such convening. So as a newbie, I wasn’t quite sure
When news broke that Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna gained acceptance into all eight Ivy League schools, the internet went crazy celebrating Nigerian excellence. We now know that her official choice is Harvard, where she will study biochemistry and environmental science. A rarity as a woman in science, Uwamanzu-Nna was picked as
I feel at “home” whenever I am with people that keep me grounded and remind me that if I can’t translate all the stuff I do when I’m away from Kenya into actions that will make a difference at home, then I have a problem.
The Applause Africa team rolled deep to the Harvard Africa Business Conference this year. Beyond the good looking people, the parties and the networking, there were--as always--critical nuggets and teachings we will never forget. Here are our top three
Kwasi Enin, a first-generation Ghanaian-American high school senior on Long Island has been accepted at all eight of the elite Ivy League schools - Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Yale, Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania, he told Reuters between classes on Tuesday.