Nomination for the Aspen Institute’s John P. McNulty Prize.

15th Sep 2015

This prize aims to galvanize efforts to address social, economic and political challenges by recognizing the very best in high impact leadership, and celebrates individuals who have used their exceptional leadership abilities and entrepreneurial spirit to address the world’s toughest challenges.

Click here for further information on the McNulty Foundation.

Click here to learn more about Nicola and her reasons behind the start of Harambee.

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