The African Leadership Bridge is an innovative nonprofit organization that provides scholarships to promising young African leaders. This assistance gives these remarkable students an opportunity to receive a quality university education that equips them to make a significant impact. This education will prepare these future leaders to tackle important issues with a unique perspective contributing to the creation of an Africa in which all citizens have an opportunity to realize their full potential.
Chip In For a Good Cause! - March 9, 2015
Registration and sponsorship information for ALB's 2nd Annual Golf Tournament - Friday, April 24th / Teravista Golf Club / 8:00 am. Help us continue to transform lives and communities by educating Africa's future leaders. Register now. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities ...
Joining Yves Mafolo and Takalani Malivha are two new ALB scholars. We are delighted to announce that Diana Esmat from Qena, Egypt will be enrolling at the University of Texas in the Finance and Economics program, and that Wambui Mburu of Nairobi, Kenya will be enrolling at Oklahoma State University in the Humanities program.
The African Leadership Bridge is championing innovation in how higher education is funded for Africa's best and brightest. We are committed to making our scholarships sustainable by implementing a Pay It Forward model where each ALB graduate commits a portion of their income back to the foundation.
The African Leadership Bridge has formed an alliance with the African Leadership Academy for the scholarship selection process. This Academy brings together 250 of the most promising 15-18 year-old leaders from all 54 African nations. ALA graduates attend the world's finest universities and agree to return to lead Africa toward a peaceful and prosperous future.
Having graduated with honors in 2009, John Kidenda currently serves on the board of directors for The African Leadership Bridge. John has already paid forward his entire ALB scholarship, and is on a full ride scholarship from Harvard to the Kennedy School of Government for a Master’s Degree which will strongly enhance his ability to be a change agent when he returns to Africa.
THE BRIDGE FELLOW PROGRAM
The ALB Bridge Fellow Program is a unique way to create opportunities for talented African students at the University of Texas at Austin and Oklahoma State University. The goal is to enable donors to see the impact of their donations and allow for different levels of participation. Bridge Fellow Program benefits include unparalleled access to the foundation, students, and the decision making processes. Through opportunities with the Advisory Board, receptions with students, and even visits to the African Leadership Academy, members can make a personal impact on the students and the future of The African Leadership Bridge.