Nigerian filmmaker Mo Abudu has been appointed Executive Member of the renowned Harvard Business School, Massachusetts, Boston, USA.
The award-winning Nigerian filmmaker shared the good news with her fans and supporters via her Instagram on Saturday.
She expressed her appreciation for the honor and privilege of such an appointment by the prestigious business school.
The filmmaker announced that she will produce a unique and exciting project in collaboration with the faculty at HBS, adding that her main focus will be research, with some guidance for MBA students.
The mother of two shared a school photo and wrote; “Good morning, beautiful people. I am pleased to announce that I have accepted an appointment from Harvard Business School as an Executive Fellow. I officially began the fellowship yesterday, September 30! The Executive Fellows Program is drawing on the expertise of exceptional professionals, including alumni.”
“I will be producing a unique, fascinating and exciting project, in collaboration with HBS faculty, during my time here. I look forward to telling you more about this project soon! My special thanks to Professor Henry McGee, Professor Andy Wu, Professor Feng Zhu, and the entire Harvard Business School team for making this happen. Andy, thank you for the introductions to Professor Kong Luo and Professor Tarum Khanna. Alyssa, thank you so much for getting me set up, with my concentration room, in logistics, and all.
“Last but not least, I still remain the CEL of the EbonyLife Group; this appointment is part time for an agreed period. I will spend my time between Boston, London, Los Angeles, and Lagos over the next few months. To the EbonyLife Team, thank you. We move with love”.