Ashoka Globalizer Strategy Thought Partners - Nairobi-2012

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Ashoka Fellow Adrian Mukhebi is the Chairman and Founder of the Kenya Agricultural Commodity Exchange Limited (KACE). KACE develops and harnesses the power of modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for linking poor smallholder farmers and small-scale agribusinesses to markets....

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Alain De Cat is the CEO of Siemens Limited Nigeria, as well as the Sector Cluster Lead, Energy Africa He has worked with Siemens since 1999 and has been responsible for various strategic roles within the company. With over 20 years of working experience, Alain De Cat is a ...

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Aleke Dondo is the Managing Director of K-Rep Development Agency, a non-profit microfinance institution that services the needs of rural small-scale farmers and microentrepreneurs. He has over 15 years of hands-on experience in microfinance and small enterprise development, and has carried out...

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Alexander Döll, General Manager for Hill+Knowlton Strategies East Africa Ltd., has broad experience in corporate, internal and change communications, as well as in corporate social responsibility, including sustainability. Before joining Hill+Knowlton Strategies in 2007, Alexander worked at KLM...

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Biju Mohandas focuses on investments in health at the International Finance Corporation (IFC). Prior to the IFC, he was the Director of Acumen Fund in East Africa and in that role managed Acumen’s portfolio of investments in the region (including leading the sourcing, diligence and completion of...

Summit(s):
Nairobi-2012
Geneva-2012
Vienna-2010

Bill Carter is Director of Ashoka Africa. He served on Ashoka's International Board for twenty-nine years, focusing on strategy development, and is a founding member of the Board. In that capacity he interviewed many hundreds of candidates to become Ashoka Fellows. In 2009 Bill stepped down from...

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

After graduating from university, by which time she could speak five languages, Catherine Watson worked with The World Bank on environmental issues. From 1986 to 1993 she worked as a freelance journalist for the BBC in East Africa. Catherine started the Straight Talk newspaper, which pioneered...

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Charles Ocici is the Executive Director of Enterprise Uganda. Established under the UNDP Enterprise Africa regional initiative, Enterprise Uganda is tasked with supporting the government in realizing its objective of promoting the development of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) to...

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Dr. Christie Peacock is an Ashoka Fellow and the founder and chairman of Sidai Africa Ltd, a rapidly growing nationwide network of agro-vet dealers. Previously, she conceived successfully implemented East Africa’s first and only regional goat farming development project, which helped lift 2,000...

Summit(s): Nairobi-2012

Christine Weyrich is project manager in the area of Basic Needs and Social Entrepreneurship at the Siemens Foundation. She is mainly responsible for water and energy projects that provide decentralized access to electricity and potable water, based on close collaborations with local and...