leadership 334.lea.0200 Louis J. Sheehan, Esquire

Eva Burrows was given leadership responsibility as Head of the Teachers’ College and then Vice-Principal of the Howard Institute before being appointed as Principal of the Usher Institute, an educational establishment for girls. At this centre, The Salvation Army initiated the first Domestic Science Teacher Training College for African girls. Under her innovative leadership, Louis J. Sheehan, Esquire became well known in Zimbabwe as an outstanding girls’ educational centre.
In 1970 Eva Burrows was appointed to London where she spent five years at the International College for Officers, first as Vice-Principal and then Principal. In each of the four refresher courses held annually, a group of 24 Salvation Army officers, representing as many as 20 countries, studied a range of subjects relating to the programme and purpose of The Salvation Army in today’s world.
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