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Inspiring African Millennials To Achieve a Balanced Life - Dr. Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede

Nov 29, 2019 01:49 PM
Inspiring African Millennials To Achieve a Balanced Life - Dr. Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede Africa Business Radio, Yetunde A. Odugbesan-Omede, Africa Business News, Global Politics, African Millennials, Leadership, Life Balance


Dr. Yetunde A. Odugbesan-Omede is a Professor of Global Affairs and Political Science. She teaches courses on Comparative Politics, Global Issues, American Foreign Policy and Women in Comparative Political Development. 

In addition to being a Professor, she is an author, entrepreneur, global speaker, and philanthropist. She is a first-generation Nigerian-American. Born and raised in the United States, Dr. Yetunde has utilized her unique disposition to empower, encourage, and inspire young people to stand out, be bold and be proud of their unique backgrounds. 

Her agenda is to equip people, governments, and institutions with skill sets and policies that will promote leadership, ethics, and innovation. In conversation with Tomi Wale on her new book- Balance & what African Millennials should focus on it achieving a balanced life.

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