Why We Care: How Entrepreneurs are Adding Economic and Social Value to Africa
Monday, April 16, 2018
6:00 - 7:30 PM
85 Waterman Street, Room 130
Reception to follow

Join us for a discussion with leaders, entrepreneurs, and advisors who are adding economic and social value in Africa. They will share stories of how they began, how they are currently adding value to Africa, and where their ideas are taking them next.

We welcome all students, community members, staff, and faculty to engage in the conversation in hopes to spark interest in doing business in Africa. Send panelists questions to entrepreneurship@brown.edu.

Dr. Tunde Alawode. co-founder, Dotlearn,
Tayo Rockson, CEO of UYD management, TEDx Speaker
Prof. Bakuli, Professor @ Westfield State University.
Emmanuel Nyame, Social Entrepreneur
Prof Darko, founder of African potential
Damilola Junaid, President/Founder, Arise Africa Foundation

Moderated by: Vibha Pingle, Ph.D '96, President and Founder, Ubunta at Work

Sponsored by:
OIED: Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity
AARI: African Alliance of Rhode Island
Oasis International
BSA: Brown Student Agencies
The Africa Initiative (Watson Institutes)
Brown Office of Global Engagement
Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship

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