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Oby Ezekwesili, Mitchell Elegbe and Bukky George bag HBSAN Leadership Awards 2015

PRESIDENT OF HBSAN, LADI BALOGUN, FOUNDER AND GMD INTERSWITCH MR MITCHELLE ELEGBE AND NonExecutive Director at Cadbury Nigeria Plc Adedotun Sulaiman

 Lagos, Nigeria: December 10, 2015: The Harvard Business School Association of Nigeria (HBSAN) has honoured Dr. (Mrs.) Obiageli ‘Oby’ Ezekwesili; a senior economic advisor with Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI) in the Social Impact category, Mr Mitchell Elegbe; Founder and GMD, Interswitch Limited in the General Management category, and Mrs. Bukky George; Founder & CEO of HealthPlus Limited and CasaBella Int’l Limited, in the Entrepreneurship category, for their exceptional leadership and impactful contributions to society.

Mitchell Elegbe received the general management award for his exemplary leadership abilities that has seen Interswitch revolutionise the electronic payment industry in Nigeria, and Africa as a whole. His commitment to professional growth and innovation, has led Mitchell to create a team of winners, motivating them to see the value in their work and consistently rise to the occasion at all times, irrespective of the odds. It was no surprise that Mitchell dedicated his award to the entire Interswitch team, stating that, ‘the Interswitch success story is by no means the story of one man, but an inspiring story of a dedicated and exceptional team’.

The Leadership award for social Impact was awarded to Dr. (Mrs.) Oby Ezekwesili for her relentless and passionate pursuit of a not for profit enterprise; committed to the advancement of others.  While Mrs. Bukky George, received the leadership award for entrepreneurship for her outstanding entrepreneurial qualities in growing and developing her business.

The HBSAN award is an annual event that recognises excellence, inspiring others to leave a mark in the evolution and development of Nigeria’s economic and social landscape. HBSAN is the alumni group of Nigerians and resident non-Nigerians who have benefited from the management education at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration (Harvard Business School) in Cambridge Massachusetts, USA.

 

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