Professional Development for

Professional Fellows

As part of our effort to provide ongoing support for Professional Fellows Alumni, the PFP team at Legacy International has developed a four-part professional development webinar series designed specifically for our ProFellows!

1

Wednesday, April 22nd

2

Wednesday, May 13th

Wednesday, June 17th

Wednesday, July 15th

Did you miss our previous webinars?

Don't worry! We have compiled all the resources into our shared Professional Development Toolbox. This toolbox includes the slides from our speakers as well as various articles and resources referenced during their talks. 

Meet The Featured Speakers

Dr. Ishrat Ali

Assistant Professor of Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Dr. Ira Kaufman

Founder, Entwine Digital

Aissa Azzouzi

Founder, Growth Train Africa

Dr. Steve Gomes

Founder, Gomes Company

Chief Operations Officer, Costas Inc.

Testimonials

Thank you for today's session it was really relevant! I loved when we were divided in groups 

Excellent content and subject!

“Don't be afraid to ask questions. Don't be afraid to ask for help when you need it. Asking for help isn't a sign of weakness, it's a sign of strength. It shows that you have the courage to admit when you don't know something, and to learn something new.”

― Barack Obama

Philosophy

It is no secret that as Professional Fellows Alumni you all make important contributions to your communities daily. These challenging times provide a unique opportunity for us all to continue developing our professional skills. As part of our effort to provide ongoing support for Professional Fellows Alumni, the PFP team at Legacy International would like to invite you to partake in our four-part professional development webinar series designed specifically for you!

Why Now?

As we all settle into new norms and establish different routines, we would like to maintain our support of the Professional Fellows Program network. Our four-part webinar series not only provides the opportunity to develop soft and hard skill sets, but also they allow our ProFellows to connect with alumni from countries across the MENA region who participated in the Legacy PFP program at various times over the past 10 years.