African Food Fellowship Says Farewell to Dean Eunice Khaguli

Ms Eunice Khaguli has resigned her role as Dean and implementation lead at the African Food Fellowship in order to pursue other professional interests. Eunice left on 1 June 2022.

“From conceptualizing the Fellowship to establishing the programme in two countries, and graduating our inaugural cohorts in March and April this year, my heart is full. As Dean, I have actualized and gained so much fulfilment in a role that fed my inner empath, meeting Fellows who have benefited from our programme and sharing in their highs, lows and sense of personal achievement,” she said.

Eunice Khagulu during the graduation of the Kenya Cohort
Ms Eunice Khaguli (right) hands over a certificate to Agrifinance Fellow Janet Ngombalu (left) during the graduation ceremony of the Kenyan inaugural cohort in April 2022.

As the implementation lead, Eunice played a key role in supporting the Fellowship to achieve its incubation, implementation and scaling foundational goals.

“We shall miss Eunice and her energy and commitment to building this Fellowship from the ground up. We have massively benefitted from her knowledge and wisdom and she leaves behind big shoes to fill. We wish her all the best in her next adventure,” said African Food Fellowship Director Joost Guijt.

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