Ivanov School of Leaders Alumni Association (ISLAA) is based in Skopje, Macedonia, and joins over 150 young Macedonian leaders from business, civil society, politics and academia. All of us come from diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds and live in Macedonia or other countries in Europe. ISLAA is fully devoted to fulfilling its vision, mission and statute, by developing and implementing innovative initiatives. The alumni bear moral and collective responsibility to support ISLAA’s activities and abide by the universal principles of solidarity, equality and mutual respect.
ISLAA’s vision is to establish itself as a strongly interconnected alumni association by creating an influential leadership entity.
- maintaining long-term and productive relations among alumni members;
- promoting the fundamental values of leadership through its actions;
- promoting the spirit of leadership in the communities where alumni members live and work.
Christopher Yvon - British Ambassador to the Republic of Macedonia
Many thanks for the kind invitation to speak – and to listen too! May I wish you all the very best success – to the School and to all Macedonian’s Young Leaders past and present.
Mary Jo Jacoby- Former advisor to American presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush (Senior)and Civil Service Commissioner to HM Queen Elizabeth II,non-executive Director at The Weir Group PLC
Words cannot express how impressed I’ve been with the School, with the participants and with Ohrid. I can think of no better, more inspirational site in which to develop very young leaders and challenge them to help build a better future. I‘m confident that they will create good care of Macedonia, and deliver a bright and prosperious future ahead.
Dr.Jenifer Less – Marshment
I have been very impressed by the Government creating a leadership school – all governments should do this! The benefits to the country will be profound – through long term. The school exposes young leaders to a vast range of new ideas, equipping them not just for now, but the future. It provokes them to be open to thinking differently, and changing their approach.