ELP One-on-One Leadership Mentoring

ELP one-on-one leadership mentoring is a component of CSAAEINC’s Emerging African Leaders Program. Once admitted into ELP, Emerging African leader is assigned a mentor. Mentors provide guidance to emerging leaders for three years as they prepare for political and other public sector leadership positions after college. In addition to personal meetings, mentors provide regular online and telephone coaching to emerging leaders throughout the year. Whether emerging leaders are reading leadership books or viewing inspirational films, ELP mentors are following up and asking emerging leaders tough questions. ELP mentors provide feedbacks to emerging leaders on their personal development goals and community development projects. They also  discuss academic performances and chat positive ways forward in view of their big dreams in life. Quarterly, mentors evaluate emerging leaders on the three key areas of ELP: ethics, excellence in leadership and innovation. Emerging leaders also evaluate the effectiveness of the mentors. ELP one-on-one mentoring  is systematic and CSAAEINC is able to track the progress.

ELP Mentors

Dr. Patrick Nwakama
Baltimore, MD

Dr. Camellus Ezeugwu
John Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland

Dr. Ruth Ngozi Agwuna
Ellicott City, Maryland

Dr. Ajoke Ajayi-Akintade
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland

Dr. Elizabeth Adegboyega Panox
Orthopedic Institute
Brooklyn, Maryland

Dr. Clement Anyadike
Morgan University
Baltimore, Maryland

Chieloka Okonkwo
IT, Tennesse and PhD Candidate
University of Southern Mississippi

Tarh Frambo
Diplomat and PhD Candidate
University of Southern Mississippi

Engr. Chike Nwosu
Technical Director, Addax Petroleum                             

Rev. Fr. Vincent Arisukwu
Associate Pastor and PhD Candidate
Glen Burnie, Maryland

Austine Nwankwo
Instructional Systems Inc.
Hackensack, New Jersey

Fr. Dr. Godswill Agbagwa
Founder, CSAAEINC 

Olamide Adegbesote
Technology Consultant
Deloitte, Tennessee U.S.A.