Many of our graduates have gone on to do amazing things in their lives and careers. Our graduates have created new companies, demonstrate their leadership in their communities, donate their time, and much more. They are changing our communities and the world. Read on to learn more about our graduates.
I have been involved in development work for the last eight years and have had first hand experience in training and raising awareness to both youth and adults. View Profile
I’m a very fastidious person, yet bouncy, I can get along with anyone. I’m a musician; with a strong partiality for musical instruments besides being a vocalist. View Profile
Kishor Bhai Bajracharya
Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepal
I am Kishor Bhai Bajracharya from Nepal. I am born in a middle craftsmen family. My father is a skilled goldsmith and my mother is a housewife. View Profile
Iziomoh Bidemi Felix
I hold a B.Sc in Human Kinetics from the University of Lagos, Nigeria and a Degree in Social Entrepreneurship and Leadership Studies from the International Institute for Global Leadership, Asheville, NC USA. View Profile
Solomon O’chucks Nwokoro
I am Solomon O’chucks Nwokoro the Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder of En~Route Success Unlimited™ Speakers Bureau. View Profile
Kosi Sepénou Davui
I have always been interested in human development, social work-human service and humanitarian actions. I began this in my family, through my parents. View Profile
I have a passion for community development work ever since my childhood. I have grown to love community development work, it is from those humble beginning that after high school I joined Zimbabwe Workcamps Association (ZWA)… View Profile
Mark Elisha Mazadu
Growing up in West Africa, in Nigeria, I often wondered about the future, what to expect from my life? And what lay ahead for me? View profile
Olita Talent Nyathi
I am a 46 years old mother of three children, two boys and a girl. I am Zimbabwean currently living in South Africa. As a Christian I have worked for social justice all my life. View profile
My vision Love for Everybody. If people can love one another and have Unity irrespective of race, ethinity, nationality, etc,this world can be better place to live in. View profile
Edwin Akpan Joel
Gifted writer, teacher, and entrepreneur in the mold of America’s Brian Tracy; with special interest in personal and organizational success; described as a strong natural leader, has obsession for excellence. Currently researching on application of business and military principles to grow a Church without compromising the Scriptures. View profile
I am self motivated person that is a go getter. Looking back from my childhood up to where I am now I can say that were it not for my persistence I wouldn’t have reached this far having come from the humblest background. My family happens to be poor peasants living in the countryside of Kenya along the shores of lake Victoria. View profile
Erick Kebeka Omari
My names are Erick Kebeka Omari, I was born on 15th January 1982, in Kibera, My ethnicity is Mkisii from Gucha District, Nyamache Location and Nyoera Sub-location. We are Six in our family and I am the elderest. View Profile
For me, IIGL is a world of possibilities. It transformed my mindset about what life and living is all about. After becoming a student of this great citadel of learning in 2005, I said to myself, View Profile
N. “Lindzee” Lindholm
With the help of principles and tools learned through IIGL, I am answering the call to perform mediation and peacekeeping work to Ireland and Northern Ireland by focusing on the common ground of belief in God. View Profile
Noeline Kirabo Mulongo
My name is Noeline Kirabo and I have the privilege of serving as the Board President for the last three years. My journey through IIGL has led me to where I am today. When I set out as an IIGL student, I was looking for inspiration and motivation to look past the hard times I was going through at the moment. Little did I know that I would end up not only finding solutions to my own life challenges but also addressing societal issues that affect the world around us. View Profile
IIGL presented me the opportunity to practice what has been a dream, to visit a Francophone country and got involved in community development which was part of my Sociological studies and foreign language ability. View Profile
Ethelbert Obinna Umeh
I am an online journalist, freelance writer, Social entrepreneur, Keynote/ leadership speaker, teacher, author, and leadership consultant. As an online freelance writer, I have ghost-written over 1000 articles for my clients; I have worked with clients in over 40 countries of the world. View Profile
Ziyad Rube Abdule
I am Ziyad Rube Abdule, born in 1987 at Arsi Robe, a city located 225kms away from Addis Ababa, the African Capital. Graduated wtih a in BA in Management at the age of 20, MA Degree at the age of 25. View Profile
I stumbled on a quote that I never understood the implication until I had gone far in the IIGL program. “You are the same person today that you are going to be in five years from now except for two things; the people you associate with and the book you read”. View Profile
I am Ayoade Anthony, an IIGL graduate from Nigeria. I was born on January 18, 1964 and graduated from the University of Lagos in Nigeria. View Profile.
I am a trained Social worker, working with many child focused organizations in Uganda. My practice of social work opened my eyes to the deep emotional needs of children and the dilemma that caregivers such as parents and teachers face. View Profile
I would describe myself as munificent, propitious, trenchant, effulgent and determined. I hails from Wamba LGA of Nasarawa State, close to Abuja, (FCT). My native language is Kantana, I also speak conversationally fluent in English and Hausa. I hold a B.Sc. Graduate of Computer Science from Bingham University Karu. I am currently pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Computer and Information Technology (CIT) with the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). View Profile
My 3 year and 4month walk with IIGL is a superb turnaround for me! I enrolled into IIGL as a man full of many dreams, and the institute has helped fine-tuned my dreams into identified goals, with visible realizations step by step. View Profile
Osayi Ujunwa Lynda
The International Institute for Global Leadership (IIGL) is one of the best things that has happened in my life. The lessons that I learned as a student and board member have shaped my life and made me a better leader and achiever. View Profile
Juliette Alyce Engole
I believe I am here to transform lives and communities by imparting knowledge and skills. I am very passionate about personal development and that is where I intend to build my career. View Profile
Vivian Muciri (Kenya)
What drives me every morning is the fact that I can help someone become a better version of themselves. Having to just know I have equipped, inspired or nurture someone’s ability to be able to transform their live is what gives me fulfillment. View Profile
Nwakuma Dominic Paul (Nigeria)
I am very optimistic about life, always expecting the best, prepared for the worst and always ready for surprise. Everything in life is a miracle, even being alive too. I am married with two children; a graduate of Statistics/Computer science, an author of books and music compositions. I believe that everything is work for my good. View Profile
Charles Kihia Mwangi (Kenya)
I am 37 years old with over 10 years work experience managing the funds of private businesses and donor-funded environmental conservation projects in Kenya. I am also knowledgeable and experienced in business development, HR and Employment legislation, project management and market analysis. I hold an MBA (Strategic Management) degree, Bachelors of Science in Agriculture (Animal Science Major), CPA (K), CPS (K), CCP (K), CIFA (Part II) and am currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Financial Engineering.
Paa Kwesi Inkumsah (Ghana)
My journey with IIGL has been amazing. I frankly delayed finishing the course because there was so much for me to learn and I wanted to take the opportunity to go through every learning experience. Well, many have wondered why I chose to delay. Let me let you on a little secret. I didn’t feel there was a hurry because the books I read needed time to actually implement the principles that I had tried and tested.
Thomas Shereni (Zimbabwe)
I am a family man married 23 years ago and have been blessed with 4 boys. I am excited to be the 31st graduate of International Institute for Global leaders; an institution that is holistically devoted in creating a better world for every person through imparting leadership skills and principles.
Okorie, Eusebius Tobechukwu (Nigeria)
For me, IIGL is a life-coaching institute. My studies with IIGL have reinforced my belief in personal success and leadership with the help of the principles and tools I was exposed to as a student. I partner with a Multi-national company based in China where I practice some of the leadership principles learned so far. I now see leadership from a different perspective – predicated on, first, self-leadership.
Engr. Emmanuel O. Ojimah (Nigeria)
I am a graduate of Kogi State Polytechnic, Idah and a member of the National Institute of Builders (NIOB) and Member, Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria (CORBON).
James Trotman (Liberia)
I am a Liberian and called servants of God whose primary expression in the ministry is teaching and serving humanity