iLEAP Fellow, Emmanuel Dolo, Interviewed on The Story With Dick Gordon

Emmanuel Dolo’s interview with Dick Gordon for The Story was aired Wednesday, June 24. Click here to listen. The interview was recorded at Seattle’s KUOW in May.

Dolo was a 2009 iLEAP Fellow and is now part of the iLEAP International Faculty. iLEAP is a worldwide community of interlinked global citizens and innovative organizations. The iLEAP International Fellowship program brings leaders from civil society organizations working for positive social change in Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, to Seattle for a 3 month intensive program in the hopes of cultivating and inspiring a new generation. Britt Yamamoto, core faculty in the MA Programs in Leadership and Change, is executive director of iLEAP.

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