Leaders in Kenya (L.I.N.K) Conference

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With less than a month to go to one of Rotaract Club’s biggest professional development events, anxiety is steadily growing as to who this year’s guests will be the Leaders in Kenya (LINK) conference will be. Your guess is as good as mine. Planning of the event which commenced late last year it at its peak as organizers put the final touches to the event, which will be held at the Public Service Club, in Nairobi on the 30th April 2016. So what’s LINK conference?

ABOUT

LINK conference connects young upcoming leaders with established leaders in various spheres in line with the Rotaracgt goal of professional and leadership development.

The concept of LINK first came up in 2007 with the purpose of moulding young leaders – those between the ages opf 18 and 30 years. Since inception, LINK conference has continued to be a platform to mobilize young people and connect them leaders in various professions so that they may engage in discussions on how to maximize their potential in their various fields.

ROTARACT CLUB OF MILIMANI

The LINK conference was developed by the Rotaract Club of Milimani, which was chartered on 14th April 1997 in Nairobi Kenya under the guardianship of the Rotary Club of Milimani in Nairobi and is part of the vast network of Rotaract clubs spread across the world under the Rotary family.

AWARD-WINNING PROJECT

The positive impact on the participants has made LINK highly appreciated and well-attended that the club was awarded the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) in 2009/10 and 2011/12 and the Rotaract Kenya Award for Best Professional Development Project 2014/15

To register for the conference and for more details on past conferences, click here

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