INVITATION TO ATTEND JULY 2012 EDITION OF CVL ROLE MODEL FORUM FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS.
The Founder of CVL (Centre for Values in Leadership) Prof Pat Utomi, Members of the CVL Board and the Staff of CVL specially invite you to attend the JULY 2012 EDITION of the CVL ROLE MODEL FORUM which will hold on Saturday 21st July, 2012 at the CVL Building, 6, Balarabe Musa Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos by 12noon.
The “ROLE MODEL FORUM”, is a CVL interactive monthly programme where an individual who has achieved remarkable success in his/her field of endeavour shares his/her life experience(s) that the participants can relate to. The Role Model shares how he overcame challenges while upholding the right values and ethics. The participants will then ask questions and share similar personal experiences and lessons learnt. The goal of this programme is to inspire young people to become achievers in life and the programme attracts more than 200 young professionals.
The main speaker in this JULY EDITION is Mr. Kelvin Balogun (Managing Director of Coca-Cola Nigeria). Mr. Kelvin has an MBA from the Goizueta School of Business at Emory University in Atlanta. He began his career in 1989 as a Business Analyst at Accenture in Lagos, and rose to the position of Senior Manager & Head of Strategy Competency. He joined Coca-Cola Nigeria in October 1999 as Strategic Planning & Business Development Manager. In February 2002, he moved to East Africa where he held positions of increasing responsibility in Kenya, Tanzania and the Horn of Africa before assuming the role of Strategy Director for the Coca-Cola East & Central Africa Business Unit in May 2008 with responsibility for strategy development across 27 countries. Kelvin’s last role in East Africa was that of General Manager for the East Africa & Mozambique Franchise, leading Coca-Cola’s operations and market development in Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and Mozambique. He is the first Nigeria to assume the position of Managing Director in Coca-Cola Nigeria.
The support speaker Mr. Christopher Ajayi (Managing Director Topher Marine, an indigenous boat building firm), was a former telecommunications expert. He successfully constructed the first ever made in Nigeria fiber boat that can be compared to any other boat in the world.
Attendance to the programme is free and limited seats are available. Kindly call or email the following contacts for more enquires and to book your seats: Modestus on 08034746919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Nonye on 08089597725 or email email@example.com