Tatenda ManjengwaTatenda Manjengwa


Zimbabwe

 

Occupational Information


Occupation: Investment banking

Occupational Position: Specialized Finance

Projects


Works with ADAP Advisory Services, LLC (based in the US). ADAP, which stands for "A Different Approach to Poverty", focuses on finding effective ways to use market-based solutions to eradicate extreme poverty with dignity for all stakeholders. The program is both a professional service for social entrepreneurs and impact investors as well as a capacity-building platform for consultants interested in gaining exposure to the social venture ecosystem. Associates work both individually and in teams to develop tools, systems, and solutions for many of the reoccurring problems faced by early-stage social entrepreneurs. Once equipped with these tools and resources, associates work alongside entrepreneurs to apply proven systems for scaling businesses as entrepreneurs prepare to raise their next round of financing.

Manjengwa has worked with the Hedge Fund Academy and their Learnership Program. The program will focused on giving Black, Coloured or Indian learners with degrees practical tuition on core areas in Financial Markets combined with an Accounting and General Management national qualification to ensure learners receive a holistic overview of the financial services industry. This was aimed to give learners the skills they required to be able to find employment. The program was run in conjunction with Thomson Reuters in South Africa.


Professional History


His professional history includes working with the following organizations: Deloitte, Standard Bank, Barclays Africa Group, Deutsche Bank, and Bloomberg LP

Qualifications


MBA Chicago Booth School of Business

Programs


2012 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow

Featured News

Peter Wilson
14 March 2017

The African Leadership Institute has a strong cohort of candidates for the prestigious Tutu Leadership Fellowship.  Amongst nearly 300 nominees from over 30 African countries, 26 of Africa’s highest potential young leaders were selected to take part in the programme. Spanning various industries, representing eleven African countries and ranging from 29 to 39 years of age, the selected candidates demonstrate the wealth and breadth of leadership talent that exists in Africa’s youth.  The biographies of the 2017 candidates follows:

Norman Smit
02 March 2017

The United Nations has called attention to the wave of attacks in South Africa targeting foreigners living in the country. The attacks in South Africa have spawned calls for retaliation on South African businesses and nationals in Nigeria. The UN news site, the UN Dispatch, reports that youth groups have been the major drivers in this violence, and it goes on to quote an open letter by Ugandan youth leader and Tutu Fellow Victor Ochen. In his open letter, Ochen says that while the youth have been at the center of the attacks, they can also be part of the solution. He called on youth leaders in Africa to embrace non-violence. 

Peter Wilson
10 February 2017

There were 283 nominations of Africa’s finest young leaders from over 30 countries for the 2017 Tutu Leadership Fellowship, which starts on 22nd April. Applications closed on 15th January 2017.  Since then, a selection panel of past Fellows and AFLI Board Members have been working tirelessly to draw up a short list of candidates for final evaluation by the selection panel. The short list of 52 candidates was finalised on 7th February, and the plan is for the final selection of the 2017 Tutu Fellows to be agreed upon by the AFLI Board at the end of February. Only 17 candidates are finally selected.

Norman Smit
07 February 2017

The Bertha Centre, which is run by 2013 Tutu Fellow Dr. Francois Bonnici, has been profiled as one of the top five university-based social impact centres in the world.  The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship is at the University of Cape Town and is part of the Graduate School of Business.  The nonprofit organisation the Bridgespan Group published the report which was done by the Skoll Foundation


A Selection of Tutu Leadership Fellows

About AFLI

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The African Leadership Institute (AFLI) is unique among leadership initiatives in that it focuses on building the capacity and capability of visionary and strategic leadership across the continent. Developing exceptional leaders representing all spheres of society, the Institute’s flagship programme is the prestigious Archbishop Tutu Leadership Fellowship. Offering a multifaceted learning experience and run in partnership with Oxford University, it is awarded annually to 20-25 carefully chosen candidates, nominated from across Africa. Alumni of the African Leadership Institute form a dynamic network of Fellows passionately committed to the continent’s transformation, bridging the divide between nations and ensuring that Africa is set centre-stage in global affairs.

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