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Rockefeller Leadership Fellow: Ngozi Udeh '15

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This ongoing series introduces the Rockefeller Leadership Fellows for the 2014-2015 academic year. The Rockefeller Leadership Fellows (RLF) program provides fellows with resources in leadership theories and practical skills. Selected their Junior Spring, these Seniors take part in the workshops, dinner discussions, and team-building exercises as they gain a better understanding of the qualities and responsibilities necessary for leaders and successful leadership styles. Throughout the program, fellows learn from the insight and experience of distinguished guests as well as from each other.

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Ngozi Udeh '15, from Ontario, California, is majoring in Geography and minoring in African-American Studies. She is interested in the intersection between international development and social entrepreneurship. During Udeh's Winter Term of 2014, she volunteered with World Partners in Education, a group whose main goal is to improve the quality of education in underdeveloped areas in Ghana. On campus, Udeh is currently serving as the Vice President of Programming for the Dartmouth African Students Association and President of the Xi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and she is a member of the Black Leadership Council. After Dartmouth, Udeh hopes to pursue a graduate degree in International Development and ultimately find a professional career in development and social entrepreneurship.

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