July 9, 2012
the Center for Ethics in Free Enterprise, has awarded Emmanuel Echewisi of Port Harcourt, River State, Nigeria a CEFE Fellowship
to train West African leaders and their employees in applied ethics within organizations. According to Dr. Fred DiUlus, the
Executive Director of the 15 year old international virtual based center, Mr. Echewisi is a highly regarded and recognized
Nigerian expert in the field of organizational ethics.
Echewisi is the Founder of the Centre for Moral and Character
Development in Port Harcourt and has over 25 years of professional experience in management and marketing. He is a Marketing
alumnus from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. In addition to being a CEFE Fellow, Echewisi is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute
of Corporate Administration (FCICA) and a longtime consultant and adviser to Global Academy Online Inc., the international
university builder founded by CEFE in 2002.
As a CEFE Fellow, Echewisi will promote ethics education and values
development guidelines along with rigorous and effective adaptable curriculum. Custom programs are offered to local and national
organizations throughout the 16 nation member nations of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
Mr. Echewisi is the first Ethics Fellow in West Africa. In his position, he is the principal advisor and trainer for creation
of articulation and cooperative agreements between West African and North American institutions looking to improve their character
and ethics programs throughout West Africa. CEFE Fellows are trained and certified experts in Ethics or Entrepreneurship.