PHOTOS: Mo Abudu Becomes Harvard Executive Fellow


Nigerian Filmmaker, Mo Abudu has added more flowers to her laurels as she becomes a Harvard Executive Fellow.

The Ebonylife group boss, has accepted an appointment from Harvard Business School to become an Executive Fellow. Mo revealed this via her Instagram page on Saturday.

Sharing photos of her induction on Instagram, Mo Abudu wrote:

it is an honour to take up the appointment which started on Friday. “I’m excited to let you know that I have accepted an appointment from Harvard Business School, as an Executive Fellow. Officially, I started my fellowship yesterday, September 30th!

The Executive Fellows Program leverages the expertise of outstanding practitioners, including alumni, each of whom partners with HBS faculty members to bring their experience in business into the MBA program and the School.”

“Truly, it is an honour and a privilege for me to take up this appointment as an HBS Executive Fellow and to share experiences.My primary focus will be on research, with some instruction and advisory/coaching for MBA students.”

This is coming days after Nigerian singer and disx jockey, DJ Cuppy graduated from the university of Oxford with a Masters’ Degree in African Studies.

“I got my THESIS result, which classifies my MSc degree. I didn’t get a Merit or a Distinction, but I PASSED!

“After a tough year, I can officially say I am now a GRADUATE from @UniofOxford, and I am bloody PROUD of myself. To GOD be the GLORY!” she wrote.

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