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From the blog
Last month, Empower scholar Francis Lubuulwa graduated from Pepperdine University. In a country where only 4% of the population continues their education at a post-secondary or university level, he completely overcame the statistic. In this week’s blog post, read an interview with the recent graduate as he explains his vision for his new career, his plans to move back to [...]
Stories of Impact
Empower scholar Elizabeth “Betty” Nakato is a Senior at Babson University studying Entrepreneurship. In the story, “Portraits of Service”, featured in the Fall edition of Babson Magazine, John Crawford highlights five students and alumni that are actively changing the world.
WE KNOW WHAT IS POSSIBLE WHEN YOU BELIEVE AND INVEST IN THESE CHILDREN
Empower African Children, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, was launched in 2006 by Alexis Hefley and Donna Malouf, following Hefley’s 15 years of work with Ugandan children. Empower strives to provide a fresh approach that unlocks the potential of a new generation of leaders through experiential learning. The organization’s holistic approach provides tools for success in life, thus inspiring confident, skillful, and visionary leaders.