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To learn more about the SHARE Fellowship, contact Program Director Maria Houle '87 at maria.soldatos@asu.edu.

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More than money

SHARE Fellows receive full-tuition scholarships to study at Thunderbird. But the program is about more than money. Fellows also receive access to a global network of mentors, who work one-on-one with the fellows to help them obtain internships and full-time employment after graduation. 

Exceptional students from developing countries may be considered for a SHARE Fellowship if they:

1.  Meet Thunderbird's general admissions requirements and have been offered admission by the Office of Admissions.                                                                                                          2. Meet the program's entering scholarship standards with regards to scores, undergraduate GPA, and relevant work experience.
3.  Come from a developing country or region, including but not limited to those in the OECD list of Official Development Assistance countries.

4. Demonstrate an outstanding commitment to contribute to their home region and act as an agent for change through entrepreneurship, business, or economic development programs. 
5. Believe that they can benefit from the mentorship support the program provides. 6. Demonstrate commitment and performance in other areas of endeavor. 
Now accepting applications for fall of 2017

 

 

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David Young
“These are fantastic students, the mentoring aspect is hugely rewarding, and through the dedicated efforts of program director Maria Houle Soldatos the program is solid.”

— David Young ’91, SHARE co-founder, donor and mentor

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Overhead for the SHARE Fellowship has been paid for by a special gift. This means 100 percent of your donation is applied to student tuition.

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Special thanks

The SHARE Fellowship is backed by key supporters from multiple fields, representing a variety of professional backgrounds, nationalities and countries of residence. The following individuals and organizations have provided the SHARE Fellowship with more than $50,000 each:

  • Marshall '77 and Veronique Parke
  • Mike Halvorson '77
  • Raymundo Yu '81
  • David Young '91
  • Dick and Betsy DeVos
  • Brian O'Neill
  • Tim Meyer '70
  • Ken Lambert '77
  • Tom Malone '80
  • Brian O'Neill '76
  • Bob Dudley '79
  • Susan Stevens '73
  • The Kearny Alliance
  • Harry Cockrell '73
  • Kathryn Lindquist '84 and Terry Newendorp
  • Barbara and Craig Barrett
  • Thunderbird Global Council 2011
  • Thunderbird Global Council 2012

Mentor

The SHARE Mentor Pool consists of professionals who commit to a dedicated mentoring relationship, as well as those available for occasional discussions with students about a particular industry or region. The time commitment varies, depending on the needs and interests of the mentors and Fellows. Mentors may be asked to:

  • Assist Fellows in establishing their career networks

  • Participate in practice "mock" interviews during the job search process

  • Support Fellows' efforts to find an internship and employment

  • Act as a role model by sharing personal experiences, successes and setbacks

  • Provide informational interviews

  • Interface with Program Directors to suggest further resources that may benefit the Fellows

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Provide an internship

Hiring a SHARE Fellow for an internship adds professional, enthusiastic talent to your organization. SHARE Fellows typically look for internships in the summer following two semesters of study, which means they are able to bring the skills they have learned from Thunderbird into the workplace.

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About SHARE

The story

In 2007 alumnus Marshall Parke ’77 began formulating a plan to provide scholarships for students from developing countries who might otherwise not have the resources to attend Thunderbird. Parke's experience working in developing countries taught him that a degree is only half the battle. These students needed access to strong networks and professional mentoring as well. The idea was simple but compelling: to provide the same sort of support one would provide one’s own child, but to focus that attention on exceptional students from developing countries wishing to attend Thunderbird. Since awarding its first scholarships in 2008, the SHARE Fellowship has attracted multiple donors who have provided full-tuition assistance, mentoring services and internships for dozens of fellows from Algeria to Zimbabwe.

 

 

 


Our Goal

The goal of the SHARE Fellowship is to give high-potential students from developing markets the opportunity to take control of their future — and shape the future of their home countries — with a graduate degree from Thunderbird School of Global Management. SHARE Fellows also enrich the student experience for their classmates by bringing insights, experiences and worldviews from diverse locations. 

Since its inception, the SHARE Fellowship has funded scholarships for students from Algeria, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Egypt, Ghana, Honduras, Jordan, Kenya, Macedonia, Nepal, Nigeria, Peru, South Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. These recipients have professional backgrounds in engineering, agribusiness, accounting, marketing, finance, academia and nonprofit. All SHARE Fellows have outstanding academic records. Many are Fulbright scholars, and many volunteer in their communities.












“I feel like I belong to something special. The SHARE mentors are committed to make you successful, and I am grateful to be part of this.”


— Raouf Chebri ’15
SHARE Fellow from Algeria



“It has been fantastic to watch the students’ careers as they have gone back out and taken on new roles all over the world. They are doing exactly what we hoped they would do.”


— Marshall Parke ’77
Thunderbird Trustee and SHARE Fellowship founder





Meet our SHARE Fellows

Cedric Yumba

Democratic Republic of Congo

MGM ‘17
DeVos Family Scholar
Cedric Yumba
A native speaker of French and Swahili, Cedric earned a degree in Business Administration from CIDA City Campus in Johannesburg, while simultaneously learning English.  He worked as a team leader implementing SAP business solutions in a client-facing role, and has served as a volunteer for disadvantaged youth. His long-term goal is to advise international companies who wish to enter the Francophone African market.

 

Donald Fungai Kurangwa

Zimbabwe

MGM ‘16
DeVos Family Scholar
Donald Fungai Kurangwa
A trained pharmacist with a 2004 BS from the University of Zimbabwe, Donald is experienced in marketing, distribution, and regulatory affairs and was appointed to the Pharmacists Council of Zimbabwe.  He served as the General Manager of the largest pharmaceutical firm in Swaziland and intends to continue his career in general management while developing several entrepreneurial projects in the medical sector.

 

Yazeed Ettaib

Libya

MGM ‘16
DeVos Family Scholar
Yazeed Ettaib
Yazeed graduated in 2008 from Garyounis University (now University of Benghazi) with a degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He worked for Alcatel-Lucent for seven years as a Technical Support Engineer and Integration Professional. An entrepreneur, Yazeed contributed to the Libyan Arab Spring movement by establishing the first non-state radio news channel, and most recently was co-founder and CTO for a telecoms startup. One day he would like to be a key player in rebuilding Libya.

 


Faduma- Dhool Mohamed

Kenya of Somali origin

MAGAM ‘17
East Africa Alumni Scholar
Faduma-Dhool Mohamed
A Finance major from the University of Nairobi, 2013, Faduma managed communications for an environmental services firm contracting with major NGOs.  She raised funds to provide 18 Kenyan orphanages with supplies, and plans to use her multiculturalism to work as a project manager with international development organizations, particularly those that serve children’s welfare development.

 

Fatima "Bahar" Heravy

Afghanistan

MAGAM ‘17
DeVos Family Scholar
Fatima “Bahar” Heravy
Raised as a refugee in Iran, Bahar is a 2015 Business graduate from Brenau College in Georgia.  She completed several summer internships with World Vision and USAID in Afghanistan, and plans to use her management degree to continue her career in international development and to shape Afghanistan’s infrastructure.

 

Soukaina Lamrani

Morocco

MAGAM ‘17
DeVos Family Scholar

Soukaina Lamrani
Soukaina earned a BS in Computer Science from Jacksonville State University, Alabama in 2014 where she she participated in a cultural exchange program at the International House and represented the university at the Model Arab League Conference.  Her goal is to leverage her facility with quantitative analysis into a career in finance and to serve as a professional role model for other women in her home region.

 

Himanshu Kaul Sahib

India

MBA '16
DeVos Family Scholar
Himanshu Kaul Sahib
Himanshu is a 2010 graduate of Panjab University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering.  He held senior positions within AIESEC, and developed the Indian market for the French industrial textile company, Kermel.  During Himanshu’s  Summer ’15 internship with ICL he analyzed the firm’s competitive advantage in the chemical sector in order to implement a revised pricing model.  His goal is to work as a senior account manager/business developer for firms expanding into new international markets.

 

Nghia Trong (Vince) Vu

Vietnam

MBA '16
Fulbright Scholar

Nghia Trong (Vince) Vu
A 2005 graduate of the Banking Institute of Ho Chi Min City, Vince was a brand manager at Glaxo and Univilever, and has strong marketing management, and private equity funded franchise development experience with US food/restaurant chains in Vietnam. His summer ’15 internship with Inspire Ventures in Southeast Asia further cemented his intention to continue working with investors to develop new businesses in Vietnam. 

 

Abdul Ghani

Afghanistan

MBA '16
Fulbright Scholar

Abdul Ghani Popal
Abdul Ghani graduated with a Bachelors in Business Administration/Management from the American University of Afghanistan in 2013. As an entrepreneur, Abdul co-founded and managed a reliable logistics and transportation company in Kabul, succeeding despite uncertain local conditions. At Thunderbird, he has declared a concentration in Finance, and interned as a summer Portfolio Analyst with First Financial Equity. He is looking forward to a career in asset management, or in the finance department of a multinational. 

 


Stefan Dyulgerov

Bulgaria

MBA '15
DeVos Family Scholar
Stefan Dyulgerov
Stefan graduated with a degree in Business Administration from the American University in Bulgaria in 2007. Prior to coming to Thunderbird he had over seven years’ experience in retail marketing development at Shell, Gazprom, and other major European firms in the energy sector. While at Thunderbird he interned as a Strategy Consultant to small businesses at Think Global Institute, and is currently TGI’s Vice President, Service Delivery.  His goal is to continue his career as a consultant advising on business development, marketing and management.

 

Mohamed Vall Mohamed Ahmed

Mauritania

MBA '16
DeVos Family Scholar

Mohamed Vall Mohamed Ahmed
Mohamed has undergraduate degrees in both Law and Managerial Economics. He served as an Information and Communication Advisor for a multinational organization overseeing the Senegal River development, particularly uniting diverse stakeholders to support the project. During the summer ’14, he worked as a Business Development Intern at Creative Associates International, and upon graduation he intends to work as a project manager for international organizations engaged in developing his home region. 

 

Madiha Nasrullah

Pakistan

MBA '16
Fulbright Scholar

Madiha Nasrullah
Madiha graduated in 2011 with a degree in Marketing from the Lahore School of Economics. She worked as a project manager with the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and with Nielsen, Pakistan in consumer insights. While at Thunderbird, Madiha interned with BERA Brand Management in New York. Her goal is to build on her market research experience to develop a career in brand management for a major international consumer company. 



 

Xiaobo (Kyle)

China

MBA '15
China Alumni Scholar

Xiaobo (Kyle) Luo
Kyle graduated with a BA in English language from Nanjing University of Technology in China, and began his career in Africa with a China-based engineering firm, running operations and market expansion in Botswana and Mozambique for five years. While at Thunderbird he completed an internship with Ford Motor Credit’s Detroit headquarters focused on Global Strategic Planning. Upon graduation he joined Ford Credit’s International Operation Program in Shanghai, China.

 

Tingli Wan

China

MBA '15
DeVos Family Scholar

Tingli Wan
Fluent in Spanish, Tingli is a graduate of the Beijing language and Culture University. She spent 18 months with a Chinese oil company as a team leader managing remote drill sites in Bogota, Colombia. She was selected to be a finance intern with Ford Motor Credit’s Latin America division for Summer ’14, and upon graduation accepted a fulltime business analyst position with Ford in Shanghai, China.

 

Nodir "Nick" Nurimbetov

Uzbekistan

MBA '15
DeVos Family Scholar

Nodir “Nick” Nurimbetov
Nodir graduated in Business Administration from the University of Westminster in 2007 as well as obtaining an MBA from ESMT, Germany in 2011. He has three years’ experience in management consulting with a state-sponsored firm as well as serving as director of a consulting group for small businesses, and launching his own fashion startup. While at Thunderbird he interned with as a summer analyst with First Financial Equity, and looks forward to a career in investment management or financial analysis. 



 

Raouf Chebri

Algeria

MBA '15
DeVos Family Scholar

Raouf Chebri
An engineer with a degree from Algeria’s National School of Computer Science 2009, Raouf was selected for Microsoft’s management leadership program and was promoted to head of their platform evangelism group for Algeria. Having served as a summer consultant for a startup specializing in educational technology, he would like to become an international account manager for a major software firm.

 

Shehab Badawi

Egypt

MBA '15
DeVos Family Scholar

Shehab Badawi
A trained chemical engineer from the American University in Cairo, Shehab was the business developer for a family chemical company and co-founded two startups. While at Thunderbird, he interned with Taylor-DeJongh, London, as a project finance analyst. Shehab’s goal is to continue working in the finance sector, particularly focusing on infrastructure and energy investment in the Middle East and Africa.

 

Tenzing "Pela" Nepali

Nepal of Tibetan origin

MS Global Management ’14 and MBA ’15 
DeVos Family Scholar

Tenzing “Pela” Nepali
A graduate in Business Administration from Kathmandu, Pela managed a family business marketing hand-loomed silks from India, and served as a volunteer teacher for underprivileged children. In the summer of 2014 she interned with the T & J Meyer Foundation in London evaluating the impact of social enterprises. Pela intends to continue focusing on the impact investing in developing economies.

 




Barry Kofi King

Ghana

MBA '14
Barry Kofi King
Barry earned an undergraduate degree in psychology and information technology at the University of Ghana. He then worked for five years at Ecobank Ghana, with steady promotions from trainee to sales to training manager. Passionate about sports, he coordinated the bank’s sponsorship of a major soccer tournament. Upon graduation from Thunderbird he returned to a new role at Ecobank, Business Partner for Performance and Talent Management.

 

Panek Biar Ajak

South Sudan

MBA '14
Panek Biar Ajak
Panek arrived at Thunderbird in spring 2013. Originally a refugee from Sudan, he settled in Arizona and supported himself while earning an undergraduate finance degree at Arizona State University. Upon graduation he returned to his full-time job as an information officer for the government of South Sudan and hopes to use his Thunderbird degree to develop much-needed infrastructure in the world's newest nation.

 

Zihao (Eric) Wang

China

MBA '14
China Alumni Scholar

Zihao (Eric) Wang
With an undergrad and a master’s degree in engineering, Eric was a sales manager for Huawei Technologies and was instrumental to the development and introduction of a new Android phone in the Chinese market. While at Thunderbird he provided strategy and marketing consulting services to several startups. He was recruited into L'Oreal's Global Management Development Program upon graduation as a Commercial Project Manager.

 



Uchkun Tokhirov

Uzbekistan

MBA '14
DeVos Family Scholar
Barbara and Craig Barrett Honors Scholar

Uchkun Tokhirov
Uchkun earned his BA in international economic relations from the University of Tashkent, and worked as a senior auditor and senior internal controls officer for the State Commercial People's Bank of Uzbekistan. Uchkun is proficient in English, Turkish, Russian and Uzbek. He completed his internship in finance field with UNDP head office in NY, and upon graduation accepted a fulltime position with the Financial Services office of Ernst & Young in New York.

 

Vi Braun

Vietnam

MBA '14
DeVos Family Scholar

Vi Braun
Vi obtained a BA in marketing from International University in Vietnam. Professionally, Vi has five years experience with two large financial institutions, Wells Fargo Bank and Hong Leong Bank Vietnam. While focusing in global strategic management at Thunderbird, Vi took on multiple consulting projects, including her internship as a business development consultant for Social Enterprise Associates. Upon graduation she accepted a position as a Senior Business Analyst with United Healthcare.

 

Borijan Borozanov

Macedonia

MBA '14
Fulbright Scholar
Barbara and Craig Barrett Honors Scholar

Borijan Borozanov
Borijan graduated with a BA in architecture, which he leveraged into a career as an engineering project manager and national infrastructure consultant to the UNDP. During the five years prior to joining Thunderbird, he served as head of investor servicing for the government organization Invest Macedonia. He completed a project finance and business development internship at Taylor-DeJongh in Washington, DC, and upon graduating began as a Strategic Manufacturing Planner with Delphi in Germany.

 


Van Tran

Vietnam

MBA '13
DeVos Family Scholar

Van Tran
Van graduated with a degree in computer science and engineering from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, where he won awards for academics, leadership and extracurricular activities. He has managed market expansion at a number of companies, and founded the largest life-skills organization in Vietnam with more than 5,000 members. While at Thunderbird, Van was the recipient of the True Spirit of Giving Award. Van is now the founder of VeXeRe.com - the largest online bus booking system in Vietnam.

 

Barry Nyauke

Kenya

MS Marketing '13
DeVos Family Scholar
Barbara and Craig Barrett Honors Scholar

Barry Nyauke
Barry graduated magna cum laude in economics from Colgate University. He then started his career in market research in Nairobi, Kenya, including as an account manager with The Nielson Company, tracking retail product sales for Coca-Cola in 11 African countries.  Barry interned with Amway in Strategy and Planning in Johannesburg. Upon graduation he was hired as the lead for Kantar Worldpanel in Kenya.

 

Giang Pham

Vietnam

MBA '13
Barrett Scholar

Giang Pham
Giang graduated from the Banking Academy in Hanoi with a specialization in finance and foreign exchange. She started her own marketing consultancy agency and co-founded a nonprofit organization aiming to advance corporate sustainability in Vietnam. She interned at Taylor-DeJongh, a boutique investment bank specializing in energy projects during summer 2012, and was recruited into Eli Lilly and Company's prestigious Leadership Development Program upon graduation.

 


Kseniia Medvedieva

Ukraine

MBA '13
Barrett Scholar

Kseniia Medvedieva
Kseniia graduated with a BA in economics, an MA in economic theory, and an MS in finance in her native Ukraine. She has had several years of experience in equity analysis and has completed her CFA. During the summer of 2012, Kseniia interned with the EBRD in London, which she leveraged into a fulltime position as an assistant portfolio manager in the EBRD’s transportation group upon her graduation from Thunderbird. She speaks Ukrainian, Russian and English.

 

David Grimaud

Togo/Benin

MBA '13
David Grimaud
David has a BA in applied mathematics and an MS in financial modeling from the Ecole Polytechnique in France. After a career in investment management in Europe and completion of his CFA, David decided to focus on private sector development in Africa, and completed several assignments related to private equity and impact investing in Nigeria, Liberia, South Africa and the UK. After graduation in spring 2013, David worked as an investment consultant and subsequently as an equity investment manager with Symbiotics Group in Geneva.

 

Pragya Uprety

Nepal

MBA '12
Pragya Uprety
Panek arrived at Thunderbird in spring 2013. Originally a refugee from Sudan, he settled in Arizona and supported himself while earning an undergraduate finance degree at Arizona State University. Upon graduation he returned to his his full-time job as an information officer for the government of South Sudan and intends to use his Thunderbird degree to develop much-needed infrastructure in the world's newest nation.

 



Lan Nguyen

Vietnam

MBA '12
Harry Cockrell Scholar

Lan Nguyen
Lan received her BA in international business from the Hanoi Foreign Trade University in 2004. She worked as a sales manager for a large Vietnamese IT company, then as a business developer and project manager for a pioneering media/entertainment company specializing in entertainment content for mobile phones. She spent the summer of 2011 at Viettel Global (Hanoi) as a business strategist intern. Upon graduation she was recruited into the Business Leadership Development Program APAC for Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Maria Teresa Morazan 

Honduras

MBA '12
Fulbright Scholar

Maria Teresa Morazan
Maria Teresa received her BS in industrial and systems engineering from the Universidad Tecnologica Centroamericana in 2007. She worked as a project engineer at a food production company in Tegucigalpa, and subsequently was promoted to Supply Chain Manager. While at Thunderbird she interned in the Private Sector Division of the UNDP in New York. Upon graduation in April 2012, she received an offer from Kaiser Associates and has joined their São Paulo, Brazil, office as a consultant.

 

Onyeka Azike

Nigeria

MS in Global Management '12
Barrett Scholar

Onyeka Azike
Onyeka graduated from Reed College in 2010 with a BA in economics. During her Thunderbird program, she served as editor of Das Tor, the student newspaper.  Combining her experience in market research and enthusiasm for organic foods, she interned at Bon Appetit Management Company during the summer of 2012. Upon graduation Onyeka was hired as a Market Intelligence Analyst for Nike in Portland, Oregon.

 




Vadym Zukin

Ukraine

MS Finance '11 
Vadym Zukin
Vadym graduated in 2010 with a BA in finance from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Upon graduating, he co-founded a successful online service focused on developing tourism in rural areas of Ukraine. While at Thunderbird he interned with Sigmableyzer, an international private equity firm with operations in Kyiv. After graduation his first position was Process Development Manager with UkrFinance.

 

Reem Nassar

Jordan

MBA
Queen Rania Scholar 

Reem Nassar
Reem graduated in 2006 with a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Jordan. She started her career with a regional telecommunication company, first as an engineer and eventually working her way to product management. While at Thunderbird she interned with the National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce, and as a business development analyst with Taylor-DeJongh in Washington, DC. Upon graduation she was recruited to Cisco’s Sales Associate Representative Program, including rotations in Amsterdam and Dubai before her permanent assignment as an account manager.

 

Juan Bernardo Pombo

Costa Rica / Colombia

MBA '11
Juan Bernardo Pombo
Juan graduated in 2005 with a BS in agricultural science from the EARTH University in Mercedes, Costa Rica. Prior to enrolling at Thunderbird, he worked three years in the sustainable agribusiness sector as a project manager and an operations manager. His internship as a business analyst with Continental Grain in Paraguay and Peru led him to a full-time job offer as a management trainee upon graduation, and a fulltime position as head of operations at ContiLatin del Peru based in Lima.

 



Thanh Loan Ma

Vietnam

MBA '11
Thanh Loan Ma
Loan graduated from Banking University in Ho Chi Minh City with a BS in economics in 2005. Experienced as a securities broker and as the managing partner of a real estate company, she spent the summer of 2011 with Rock Lake Associates in Zurich, Switzerland. Along with Thunderbird colleagues, including SHARE Fellow Hao Diep, she co-founded Auxesia Holdings, a boutique private equity advisory firm in Southeast Asia. Loan is currently CEO of the company.

 

Lilian Mramba

Tanzania

MBA '10
Lilian Mramba
Lilian graduated magna cum laude from the University of Idaho in 2004 with a BS in accounting and finance. After a five-year career with Moss Adams, she enrolled at Thunderbird with the long-term goal of engaging in the private sector of her home region. She worked with the African Development Bank in Tunisia, and was then hired as a Senior Investment Officer at Grassroots Business Fund. She was subsequently promoted and is currently serving as the Regional Director, based in Kenya.

 

Tettey Wilson-Tei

Ghana

MS Finance ’09 and MBA ’11
Tettey Wilson-Tei
Tettey graduated from Davidson College with a major in French. He interned as an analyst at Taylor-DeJongh in Washington, DC, and upon graduation from Thunderbird continued in the energy sector as a market consultant at Green Choice Solar in Scottsdale, Arizona. He relocated to Ghana in 2012, where he was hired as a research officer for Fidelity Bank to help start up the new research unit. Tettey was subsequently hired by the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation as an economic evaluation officer.

 



Edgardo Paredes Tuesta

Peru

MBA '10
Fulbright Scholar '10

Edgardo Paredes Tuesta
Edgardo graduated from the Universidad Catolica de Santa Maria in Arequipa with a BS in economics and a post-graduate degree in international marketing. He is experienced as a competitive intelligence consultant in Peru, Brazil and the United States, and is currently a managing consultant at Kaiser Associates in São Paulo overseeing corporate strategy projects in several industries including oil and gas, mining, and healthcare. He already has given back to the SHARE Fellowship by hiring Maria Teresa Morazan ’12 upon her graduation.

 

Hao Diep

Vietnam

MBA '10
Fulbright Scholar '10

Hao Diep
Hao graduated at the top of the class from the Institute of International Relations in 2004 with a BA in International Relations and International Economics. While at Thunderbird, she interned with the UNDP in New York. Along with Thunderbird colleagues, including SHARE Fellow Loan Ma, Hao has founded Auxesia Holdings, a boutique private equity consulting firm in Vietnam. Hao also collaborates with MobiVi, a venture capital e-wallet company that serves as a platform for fundraising through social media.

 

Pellagia Muliba Hambiza

Zimbabwe

MA, Global Affairs and Management '10
Pellagia Muliba Gambiza
Pellagia graduated with a BA in economics from Calvin College in the United States and subsequently worked as a project manager for small business development in Sub-Saharan Africa. She is the recipient of the Susan Schiffer Stautberg Fellowship as well as the Thunderbird President's Circle Award. Upon graduation Pellagia founded Hear Africa’s Voices, a platform for Africans affected by HIV/AIDS, and was hired as the program director for the International Rescue Committee’s MicroEnterprise Development Program for refugees.

 

Note: **Application closed for 2016/2017**