The First And Youngest Female Editor Of Punch Newspaper, Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye To Receive Presidential Precinct’s Young Leader Award In The US


The first and youngest female editor at Punch Newspaper Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye is set to receive the Young Leader’s Award from the Presidential Precinct.

She would be receiving the award alongside Madeleine Bright, a former U.S Secretary of State. The Young Leader Award is an initiative to recognize the contributions of exceptional talented leaders around the world.
Located in Central Virginia, the Presidential Precinct is non-profit organisation that seeks to empower the next generation of influential leaders through education, collaboration, and global networking.
In 2014, Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye was a member of the first class of Mandela Washington Fellows, the U.S. government’s Young African Leaders Initiative. Ogunseye and 24 other fellows gathered together for a six-week civic leadership institute.
The presentations will take place at an awards dinner at The Boar’s Head Inn Pavilion in Charlottesville, part of a two-day Global Leadership Forum at UVA on March 29 and 30.
The First And Youngest Female Editor Of Punch Newspaper, Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye To Receive Presidential Precinct’s Young Leader Award In The US The First And Youngest Female Editor Of Punch Newspaper, Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye To Receive Presidential Precinct’s Young Leader Award In The US Reviewed by Angel M on 01:49 Rating: 5

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