Leadership Studies with reference to Security and Development PhD candidate with the African Leadership Centre at King’s College London.
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King's College London
My research focuses on the interaction between transnational criminal organisations, communities and the state from a process based leadership perspective. Using a process leadership framework my research examines, the ability of transnational criminal organisations to secure the loyalty of communities over their commitment to the state. Using Jamaica Tivoli Gardens community and their interaction with Christopher Coke leader of Shower Posse Gang as a case study this research aims to unpack the intricate process leadership dimensions between the community, Coke and the state. I believe this research fits in well with notions of crime and conflict but more importantly urban violence particularly due to context surrounding the case study.