Appointment of CELBMD Africa Country Ambassador – Ethiopia

The strength and growth of any organisation is always determined by the calibar of people who make up the team. The Center for Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Leadership and Business Management Development (CEL-BMD) Africa – The Pan African Professional Center is has become a Center of choice for skills/competency based Professional Executive Training/Development which cut across all levels of industry from Senior Executives to high school graduates. At CELBMD Africa we offer innovative Professional Executive Training/Development programs through the expertise of our renowned trainers, industry experts and volunteers. Each of our customized programs is designed to incite Problem solving skills, innovative thinking and exchange of ideas. Our various Professional Executive Training/Development programs have been designed to address some of the immediate issues facing many organizations and business executives today.
   We are happy to announce the appointment of CELBMD Africa Country Ambassador for Ethiopia
SAMRAWIT BEHAILU.
Read her biography in her own words.
“I was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in a very cultural and historically rich environment which is very important to me. My parents believe in gender equality, fairness and education. I am currently a fifth year law student at Adama Science and Technology University and the secretary general of Model United Nations of Adama Science and Technology University. I am a strong advocate and activist for peace, justice and gender equality. My passion and drive for gender equality was sparked in high school as I volunteered at YWCA an international organization working in Ethiopia that encourages active participation of volunteers in its various programs designed to benefit women and girls. This passion later took me to Kenya for 6 weeks where I was involved in a small scale research on the rights of women this research gave me a thorough understanding on not only the challenges women in my country were facing but also the rest of Africa. As the secretary General of MUN ASTU I had the chance to motivate and increase women’s participation in the club with my team mates. Other than my passion for gender equality I am interested in peace and security thus I have completed by distinction track an online program in Negotiations, Transitional Justice, peace building and good governance at the YALA peace institute in honor of Nelson Mandela which I am currently an online teaching assistant furthermore I am a YALI East Africa RLC Cohort 11 participant. In my spare time I love to swim, read books, watch movies and listen to music”

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