AAI Hosted Annual Career Expo: Inaugural Talent Summit

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L-R: Didier Acouetey, Africsearch; Kunle Olaif, Human Resources West Africa at Samsung; Njambi Ngunjiri, Consultant for Careers in Africa; Dr. Josephine Ojiambo, Chief, Executive Board and External Relations Branch of United Nations Population Fund

The Africa-America Institute hosted its Inaugural Talent Summit  on September 21, at Hunter College in New York City. Summit attendees heard from leading experts on talent recruitment during this special daylong event designed for mid-career professionals.

Some 125 African professionals attended the Talent Summit, which brought together industry leaders from local and global organizations to share trends, growth predictions and current opportunities for employment. Expatriates and repatriates shared with attendees their career experiences in Africa.

Click here to read coverage of the Talent Summit on BlackEnterprise.com.

For background information, please visit AAI’s Career Expo: Inaugural Talent Summit page.

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