Fellowship Year: 2019
Nationality: Ghana
Job Title: CEO
Organisation: Africa Health Holdings

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Job Title: CEO

Organisation: Africa Health Holdings

Professional History: Sangu Delle is CEO of Africa Health Holdings, an innovative company based in West Africa, focused on "building Africa's healthcare future." He also serves as Chairman of Golden Palm Investments Corporation ("GPI"); an investment holding company focused on building world-class technology companies in Africa. GPI has backed startups such as Andela, mPharma, and Flutterwave,and its portfolio companies have raised over $900 million in venture financing.

Sangu is the co-founder of Cleanacwa, which is a nonprofit working in underdeveloped communities in Ghana to make sure that water and sanitation, basic human rights, are provided.

Sangu is a Trustee of the Peddie School, a board member of Ashesi University, a member of the Harvard Medical School Dean's Global Health and Service Advisory Council, Co-Chair of the Leadership Council of Harvard's Center for African Studies, and an advisory panel member for AXA.

Sangu Delle graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Highest Honors) in African Studies and Economics from Harvard College, a Doctor of Law from Harvard Law School, a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, and a Master's in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University. He is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the District of Columbia.

He is the author of Making Futures, Young Entrepreneurs In A Dynamic Africa.

Academic and professional credentials: Bachelor of Arts (Highest Honors) in African Studies and Economics from Harvard College
Doctor of Law from Harvard Law School
MBA from Harvard Business School.

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