Lunch with an Entrepreneur: Steve Fox & Noel Ntabanganyimana
Interested in international social entrepreneurship? Join us for lunch with Steve Fox, CEO of Impact Global Education, and Noel Ntabanganyimana, the Rwandan Country Director at The Women's Bakery, Inc. Come hear about their career journeys, current roles, and then network with Steve, Noel, and others interested in international social entrepreneurship.
Steve Fox is the CEO of Impact Global Education, a company that manages the international education brands ThinkImpact and Winterline. At ThinkImpact, Steve helps the team manage a portfolio of nearly 200 social enterprises, at varying growth stages, in sectors ranging from agriculture and health, to tech and education. Steve comes from an international investment background previously serving as a Managing Director at Sunizorro Investments in sub-Saharan Africa. His work at Sunizorro encouraged local stewardship of private enterprise bolstered by niche international expertise. Steve is also an impact investor and philanthropist with interests in protecting the climate and encouraging girls equity in developing countries. He has an MSc in Political Economy from the University of London, School for Oriental and African Studies, and a BA in International Economics from the University of Richmond.
Noel Ntabanganyimana is the Rwanda Country Director for Think Impact at The Women’s Bakery, Inc. In his work at Think Impact over the years, he has combined his project management and human resources skills with his ardent enthusiasm for education. He also held a Business Development role and later became a Managing Director at Atikus Incorporated, Inc., a company that advocates for financial inclusion for the underserved through insurance and technology-based risk solutions for credit lenders. Noel studied Architectural and Construction Engineering, and has an MBA.
Lunch is provided by the Shea Center for Entrepreneurship.
Space is limited, so please register here to reserve a spot!
Tuesday, November 27 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Cushing Hall, 208
Cushing Hall, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467