Religious Spirituality and Leadership Integration Conference

Religious Spirituality and Leadership Integration Conference


The ability to learn is the most important quality a leader can have. Don’t wait for the right conditions. All you need for your growth is available to you in this moment

This is a conference of Catholic Sisters only

The conference will offer the sisters an opportunity to reflect and understand their concrete living out of their religious consecration as the foundation of a life of mission as religious women leaders.

The sisters will be able to:

Internalize the aspect of spirituality and leadership as well as find ways to live integrated lives.

Root their understanding of consecrated life in their Congregation’s and the Church’s teaching.

Order their lives as consecrated women and their experiences and learning of leadership in the light of their specific congregational charism as a response to the Church and the world’s challenges today.

Authentic Leadership from the Inside Out: Discover, Communicate, & Maintain an Authentic Self

Tangaza University College, Karen, Nairobi

Professor Mbure’s research focuses on media influence on self-perceptions in young people, especially around issues related to appearance ideals of the black body in the media. She also interrogates historical influences of media representations of gender and race in post-colonial contexts. Her current research projects examine the effects of skin tone ideals in the media, opportunities for and resistance to such ideals through new media by post-colonial and Diaspora communities, and the impact of convergence media in creating opportunities for reflexive cultural practices and social change. Her research has been published in Women and Language, and Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media.

Her scholarship has been recognized by a number of awards and grants. In 2010, Professor Mbure received the John D. Bies International Dissertation Research Fellowship awarded by the University of Missouri Graduate School. In 2011, she received the Outstanding Dissertation Award of the African American Communication and Culture Division of the National Communication Association (NCA).

Prof. Wanjiru Mbure,  is an associate Professor at Stonehill College in Massachusetts, USA. She is an award-winning media scholar and researcher, passionate literacy advocate, and grassroots change-leader. She is the founder of Shilling Library ( and co-founder of the Women’s Leadership Initiative ( Wanjiru enjoys learning from new facilitation experiences and hiking adventures across the globe in equal measure.


  • Ph.D. University of Missouri
  • M.A. Ohio University
  • B.A. Daystar University

Courses Taught

  • Mediated Communication
  • Gender & Communication

Leading Change: The Challenge Conference

Tangaza University College, Nairobi

TLG’s annual leadership conference.

Leading with Integrity

Leading with Integrity

Tangaza University College, Nairobi

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Patrick Njoroge, Central Bank Governor of Kenya

Objective: to inspire, equip, and empower leaders to continually take appropriate action within their spheres of influence and lead with integrity towards positive transformation of the society.