International Music Council elects Emily Achieng’ Akuno as new President

Members of the International Music Council gathered in Pafos (Cyprus), from 11 to 12 June 2017, for the organisation's 37th General Assembly, elected Emily Achieng’ Akuno (Kenya) as new IMC President.

Emily Achieng’ Akuno has spent over 30 years in University level teaching, research and administration. She has served in various management capacities in Kenya and abroad, including Kenyatta University, Maseno University and the Technical University of Kenya and the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa. She is currenly Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs at The Co-operative University of Kenya.


In her own words: "I think IMC’s role could not be more needed today in a world characterised by segregation and strife. That music can restore sanity and engage people of diverse heritages, ideological orientations and even intellectual capacities is a fact on which I would wish IMC to ride, thereby being an inclusive organisation that has, makes and demands room for all music practitioners, no matter their level and form of engagement."

As President of the International Music Council, Ms. Akuno will lead a 10-member Executive Board made up of representatives from Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe.

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