[Photo courtesy of Prof. Laban Ayiro Facebook]
By Sophie Kinya.
Our Vice Chancellor, Professor Laban Ayiro has been appointed as an international representative for the Correctional Education Association (CEA) Board, USA. This is a great milestone for both him and Daystar University.
The Correctional Education Association (CEA) is an organization for professionals who work in adult and juvenile correctional facilities worldwide. They offer their members crucial training, cutting-edge research, and beneficial networking opportunities so they may deliver effective and transformative instructions to their students. The CEA assists its members in keeping up with the most recent advancements in both educational and correctional services.
The global organization has been around since 1930. It has served discipline educators and organizational change education programs all across the world over the years by offering leadership, direction, and service. In addition to that, the Correctional Education Association has emerged as the only expert advocacy group in the United States for adult discipline education and juvenile justice.
As an international representative for the CEA, the Professor’s duties will include serving as a liaison between the CEA and other international organizations, agencies, or institutions that are involved in correctional education or associated fields outside of the United States. He will also make it easier for the global organization and its international partners to communicate, work together and exchange information.
The VC will also be required to represent association at international conferences and meetings where he will be expected to share knowledge, pick others’ brains, and speak on behalf of CEA’s members.
Prof. Ayiro’s appointment to this position demonstrates his dedication and leadership. It is an honor for us, Daystar students, to be able to experience and learn from our very own Vice Chancellor. This appointment is proof of what hard work, commitment, and prayer can accomplish, and we at the Involvement Newspaper congratulate our VC, Prof. Laban Ayiro.