When leading Global Reputation-Management Consulting Company, Reputation Poll, released its inaugural list of 100 Most Reputable Africans I noticed the prominent figures that appeared on the list and thought to myself, what can we learn from them? What does it take to be considered a Reputable African? So in this daily series join me while I profile (in alphabetical order) each individual and highlight 5 lessons we could learn from them so we can not only be successful but positively impact our communities in the way they have and be successful.
The list features individuals from diverse sectors including: Leadership, Entertainment, Advocacy, Education and Business has representation from 33 African Countries with 55 males and 45 females. The list includes well known individuals who are joined by others of less popularity but great potency in the vigour of their social impact, as well as Social Entrepreneurs who are transforming businesses in Africa and affecting lives positively without controversy.
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- Akinwumi Adesina | President, African Development Bank
- Ameenah Gurib-Fakim | President, Mauritius
- Amina J Mohammed | Deputy Secretary General, UN
- Anas Aremeyaw Anas | Investigative Journalist
- Angela Ndambuki | CEO, Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- Adam “At” Boshoff | Senior Pastor, Christian Revival Church
- Biram Dah Abeid | Advocate
- Buumba Malambo | Humanitarian, Social Worker & Politician
- Dr Carlos Lopes | Economist, Author, Educator & Civil Servant