New Year’s Message from Efrem Bycer

Here’s a message from Efrem Bycer, Chairman of the CLI Board of Directors. Happy New Year, everyone!

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Dear friends of CLI,
On behalf of CLI’s volunteer staff, advsiors, and Board of Directors, I want to wish you all a happy and healthy new year!

We want to thank you for all the support you have given CLI throughout 2010 and we look forward to your continued support in 2011.  This year’s Leadership Development Program was a great success and our 16 scholars are now hard at work affecting positive change in their communities in Kinshasa.  We are gearing up for the next iteration of the Leadership Development Program in August 2011.  Stay tuned for exciting updates!

If you haven’t already noticed, we have an upgraded blog and website at https://congoleadershipinitiative.wordpress.com/.  Visit us for updates about CLI and to learn how to contribute toward a better future for the Congo.  Even a little bit goes a long way!

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Warm regards,
Efrem Z. Bycer
Chairman, Board of Directors
Congo Leadership Initiative

The mission of CLI is to remove the barriers that prevent the Democratic Republic of the Congo from reaching its potential by empowering its young leaders and providing avenues for their successes.

The vision of CLI is a Congo in which talented leaders prosper individually and utilize their skill to serve their communities and their nation. We envision a Congo that, because of these capable and benevolent leaders, is able to use its copious resources to prosper.

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