Former ICC Judge Aluoch makes history, becomes first African to scoop Fletcher Awards

KTN News Sep 09,2018

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Former ICC judge Joyce Aluoch has made history after scooping the 2018 fletcher award. Justice Aluoch goes down in history as the first African to be feted with one of fletcher school’s top awards in the United States. It is well known as the fletcher class of 1947 memorial award. Aluoch was recognized as a distinguished graduate who promoted the institution's standards. This was through top roles during her service both in Kenya and internationally. According to the university's dean professor Ian Johnstone, the memorial award is given annually to career professional alumnus who embody the fletcher mission and has upheld those ideas throughout their careers.