“The Future Africa Fellowship is an initiative that is focusing on the training of the next generation of public servants and leaders in the African continent.“
Sharon Kitur is from Kenya. She is a Law graduate from Strathmore University and is currently pursuing a masters degree in International Relations at the Queen Mary University of London. Sharon has a keen interest in international affairs and is passionate about human rights having been exposed to it through various units she studied in campus; Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law. She has previously worked at Ogetto Otachi & Company Advocates, Edward C. Asitiba & Associates Advocates and Ministry of Labour and Social Protection. She enjoys travelling, swimming and reading novels.
She has a desire to learn more about public sector leadership. She joined this fellowship programme so that she can interact with like-minded youth and gain more experience on public sector leadership. Sharon believes this programme is crucial in developing strong leadership in her and her peers which will enable them to contribute to greater quality of governance in their countries and also contribute to the development of the African continent as a whole.
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