Ebuka Okoli

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Illinois State University

Ebuka Okoli is a graduate student and teaching assistant at the School of Communication at Illinois State University. As part of his unique approach to developing the next generation's minds, he sees his students as prospective captains of industries and relates with them as such. In his first semester, Okoli helped produce a promotional video for the School of Communication internship program, which has been shared across different social media platforms.

As a volunteer and alumni of the McKinsey & Company Forward Program, he has co-facilitated virtual workshops and hosted welcome webinars impacting over 4,000 individuals across more than 65 countries. Okoli volunteers as a coach/tutor in a middle school program in his spare time. His main areas of research interest are ethical leadership, strategy development, organizational development, and transformation

Featured Work

JUN 27, 2023 Article

A Conversation with Carnegie Ethics Fellow Ebuka Okoli

This new interview series profiles members of the inaugural Carnegie Ethics Fellows cohort. This discussion features Ebuka Okoli, a graduate student at Illinois State University.

Ebuka Okoli

JAN 31, 2014 Article

Honorable Mention, "Moral Leadership" Essay Contest, 2013

Ebuka Francis Okoli cites examples of many inspiring moral leaders, including Mother Teresa, Peter Benenson, founder of Amnesty International, and Dora Nkem Akunyili, former head ...