Salon: Mandela Leadership Institute
Friday, June 28th , 2019, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Mandela Leadership Fellows
This summer, twenty-five young African leaders will call Boise home from June 19 through July 27. They are participants in the US State Department’s prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship, a program that empowers emerging African leaders through course work, leadership training and networking. A total of 700 individuals were selected from over 38,000 applicants based on their commitment to innovation and their ability to facilitate change in their home communities. Boise State University is hosting a Leadership in Public Management cohort, consisting of 25 individuals whose interests include Public Health, Women and Youth Issues, Refugees and Public Policy.


City Club plans to host a Salon with Mandela Leadership Institute Fellows and City Club Members on June 28th, 2019 from 5:30 -7:30 pm at the home residence of City Club president, Jeremy Parkinson.



Time: 5:30 PM -7:30 PM


$25 City Club Member price

$35 Non-member price

$15 Pre-registration student guest price

* student capacity set at 10


Full menu provided for this evening Salon.


Location: The beautiful and spacious backyard of City Club President, Jeremy Parkinson. Personal address will be provided following registration.

Parking: Parking available at residence. Please consider car pooling.



Registration link



Want more time with the Mandela Leadership Fellows, consider signing up to transport our honored guests to this event. Contact the City Club of Boise office for more information, or 208-364-4614.



Boise State is asking for community support in providing cross-cultural activities, assistance with driving to groceries and religious services, mentoring and fundraising. If you are interested in being involved or work for an organization that may be able to sponsor a lunch or reception, please contact Maya Duratovic at 208-426-4238 or



City Club thanks our Premier Sponsor, Northwest Nazarene University and the NNU School of Business and our Annual sponsor, Idaho Humanities Council.