Nairobi, 21 November, 2020 / 10:00 pm (ACI Africa).
A new Masters of Arts (MA) in Ethics and Organizational Leadership program to be offered at a Kenya-based Catholic institution of higher learning jointly owned by 22 Religious Orders aims at nurturing leaders of integrity, officials of the Nairobi-based institution have told ACI Africa.
Set to officially start in January 2021, the MA program is being rolled out at the Centre for Leadership and Management (CLM) of Tangaza University College (TUC), a culturally diverse institution with students and faculty from over 40 countries, some 100 Religious Orders and Societies of Apostolic Life as well as individuals from other religions and denominations.
“We hope the program will contribute towards forming leaders who will have a personal sense of integrity,” CLM Acting Director, Sr. Alice Anzoyo told ACI Africa Friday, November 20.
Underscoring the significance of the program, Sr. Alice said the lack of integrity among leaders in the Eastern Africa region makes the initiative relevant.
“Given our society and environment particularly in our location, Eastern Africa, we are probably leading in rampant corruption practices,” the member of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (SHS) said.