Regent President Builds Relationships in Africa
| March 19, 2012
The Campos visit with the schoolchildren at the OB Kenya schoolhouse.
Photo courtesy of President's Office
Building on several ongoing relationships and exploring new opportunities to expand Regent University's impact, Regent President, Dr. Carlos Campo, is on a two-week journey in Africa.
Follow his trip at his blog.
President Campo's first stop on the three-country expedition is Kigali, Rwanda, where he will visit the Business Development Center, a partnership between Regent's Center for Entrepreneurship, the International Christian Chamber of Commerce and the Rwandan government to help train small business owners in entrepreneurship from a Christian perspective.
Later in the week, President Campo will travel to Kenya, where Regent hopes to launch the African continent's first faith-based Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, in conjunction with Pan Africa Christian University. While in Kenya, he will also meet with professors from Regent's School of Education, who are working on teacher training initiatives in that nation.
The final stop will be in South Africa, where President Campo will meet with leaders to move forward on Regent's Professional and Continuing Education projects.
Learn more about these projects and his travel adventures at President Campo's blog.
Mindy Hughes, Public Relations
Phone: 757.352.4095 Fax: 757.352.4888
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