March 5: Pitchou Malaba: Can the Cheetah Generation Make a Difference in Africa?

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March 5: Pitchou Malaba: Can the Cheetah Generation Make a Difference in Africa?

On this episode of Congo Live, our guest Pitchou Malaba discusses how Africa can rise with much of its intellectual capital outside of the continent. He explains how the sons and daughters of Africa living outside the continent ca return to rebuild their home. As part of the Cheetah Generation, he believes the African youth can make a difference in Africa?

Pitchou Malaba is a young congolese entrepreneur and political strategist with a solid understanding of the fortunes of Africa and the subsequent political quagmires as the result of the African continent mismanagement by both African leaders and the West.

He has worked in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopie, Zambie and Botswana, mainly in the field of Neurophysiology. He has served as NuVasive Spine Foundation Ambassador since October 2011 and is responsible for leadership and management of the NSF direct mission trips.

He holds a Technical Engineering Degree from the Advanced School of Applied Technologies (ISTA), a B.S. in Industrial Technology from Illinois State University, a Master in Business Administration from Colorado Technical University, Certification in Neurophysiologic Intraoperative Neuro Monitoring (CNIM) and the coveted NuVasive eXtreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF®) certification. Pitchou has an ardent passion for helping change lives by introducing innovative care to developing Countries.