Overnight success is a myth. Successful people know that making small continual improvement every day will be compounded over time and give them desired results. The future belongs to those who learn more skills and combine them in creative ways. And it is these valuable skills that make one grow and contribute authentically to their lives.

In keeping with the aforementioned, I actively participated in the organizing a mentorship session dubbed “Growing and Contributing Authentically to Your Life.” Hosted by Legacy Leadership Africa and US based organization —Mentee Global Organization, this mentorship session was to equip young people with skills and knowledge on how to meaningfully contribute in their lives and the lives of others. With mentors from Mentee Global, the participants were introduced to a deeper understanding of a wide range of topics covering personal development, leadership integrity and self-confidence among others.

“Growing and Contributing Authentically to your Life” is the second mentorship session under Living Your Legacy Series. Legacy Leadership Africa and Mentee Global strongly believes in leadership with a lasting legacy; legacy with substance and form. Through the virtual mentorship sessions, LLA and Mentee Global is able to host deep dive conversations highlighting the growing body of need for leadership with a lasting legacy.

Legacy Mentorship Sessions attract young people who want to pursue leadership. Immersed in a pool of global mentors, the participants have the opportunity to ask questions around leadership and life in general. The end goal is raising a generation of premium leaders who are inspired and committed to creating lasting legacy of impact to families, communities, and nations across Africa.  

Published by Oduor Kevin

ODUOR KEVIN is a Public Health Specialist with considerable experience in the health care industry. He has worked in various organizations, leading projects and programs aimed at improving the health outcomes of people living with Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) and the general population. Oduor Kevin is currently the Chief Programs Officer at Stowelink Inc, a youth-led organization with a single most focus on addressing the burden of NCDs. Oduor’s experience in project management is attributed to his work at Population Services Kenya (PSK) where he served as a member of the National Coordinating Committee for Kitu Ni Kukachora project. Further, in 2019, Oduor Kevin was appointed as Kenyatta University Campus Director by Millenium Campus Network (MCN) to supervise and lead Millennium Fellows in their Social Impact projects. During this assignment, he successfully supervised the fellows and delivered them for graduation under the banner of Millennium Fellowship.

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