Lagos Business School alumnus, Glory Enyinnaya has been elected to serve as a member of the international Board of Governors of the Beta Gamma Sigma society. The BGS is an international honour society exclusive to business programmes accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
Enyinnaya is one of the nine new members who were recently appointed to join the Board of the Beta Gamma Sigma society. She is also the pioneer president of the LBS chapter of the society which was established in November 2017.
Expressing her delight, Enyinnaya said, “I am particularly happy that this appointment reflects well on the LBS BGS chapter and Lagos Business School in general. I hope to use my position to further the cause of business education in Africa”.
The appointment is yet another significant accomplishment for Enyinnaya who emerged finalist in the AMBA Student of the Year category at the 2018 Association of MBAs (AMBA) Awards that held in London in February. She also won the LBS EMBA 21 Spirit of Service award in 2017.
“I congratulate Glory on this laudable achievement and hope she will use the role to assist the School in contributing to management development in Africa and globally”, said Dr Uchenna Uzo, MBA Director at LBS.
Glory is the founder and Lead Consultant of Kleos Africa, an online consulting platform which aims at enabling value-adding interactions between African SMEs and experienced MBAs and professionals, with the aim of increasing the rates of successful entrepreneurship in Africa.