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Help Emily get to HIVE; A Global Leadership program!

Emilia Miki fondly called
Emily Miki is the Founder/CEO of Denis Miki Foundation a nonprofit organisation
which was founded on the 30th of December, 2013 and was duly
authorised by Prefectoral order number 163/G.37/D14/VOLI/SAAJP on the 19th
of May, 2015. DMF’s missions are to contribute to the attainment of Sustainable
Development Goals (SDGs) and community development by empowering the people and
their communities. As an Associate Fellow of The Royal Commonwealth Society, a
World Pulse Voices of Our Future Leaders and the Female National Peace
Ambassador of NewSETA-NED REPAIR, She has as vision to connect women and girls
to their capacities, engage them in community and volunteering activities,
build vibrant, gender equitable communities where all will be able to realize their
full potential.
She just won a partial scholarship of $1000 to
attend Hive, A Global Leadership Program for CEOs. The Hive Global Leaders
Program (GLP) is a 3-day immersive workshop on leadership, entrepreneurship,
and innovation for purpose-driven leaders held at the Innovation Hangar at the
Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. Alumni of the program become Hive Global
Leaders and enter into a lifelong community of purpose-driven innovators
working together on creating a better world while supporting each other in
their careers. Over 900 alumni from 95 countries have come through the first
eight Hive Global Leaders Programs. More about Hive can be found at
currently launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise the funds she needs for her
travel and hotel expenses at Indiegogo here>>
. Attending Hive
take Emily’s skills to the next level and give her the tools to impact not just
thousands, but millions in Cameroon and around the world. Also attending this
Global Leadership Program will have the following impact in our communities
when she returns home;
Create a
platform for more partnerships and economic investors in development projects
in Cameroon.
a platform to sign MOUs with CEOs of World leading companies and nonprofits
organisations like Google and Facebook and secure the possibility of joint
implementation of innovative developmental projects that will help in
developing the poor urban and rural communities and people of Cameroon, whom
are served by her Foundation.
With the situation of our
beloved Cameroon it is time we help support the proven good works of young and
dynamic leaders back home like Emily here. So why wait when you can actually
help Emily gain all the experience from the world’s leading CEOs and bring
those experiences back home to develop the Cameroon we are crying out for?

It’s time to take action
now by donating, spreading the word and reaching out to our friends, colleagues
and family members to donate what they can at
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