Growth as a leader in global development

Posted November 24, 2021 from Nigeria
A flyer of Episode 2 of the Ringo Podcast with picture of Osai Ojigho

Think Global but act local, was a slogan that moved the climate justice movement, However it also relates to the shift of the big INGOs (International Non-Governmental Organisations) to the global south. I work for one of the foremost human rights organization in the world, Amnesty International. In a recent podcast with Disrupt Development/Ringo, I shared my perspectives on the dilemma of being an African woman leading a country office in a global organization. 

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Please listen to the podcast and share your comments or questions you may have. I am organizing my thoughts and would share a series of posts on leadership and what I have learnt on the way.

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Jill Langhus
Nov 26
Nov 26

Hi Osai,

Welcome back! Oh, wow! That's cool. Great job!

Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to seeing the leadership post series.

Hope you have a great weekend.