Hoja Law Group
BA in Political Science and International Studies, Davidson College; JD, University of Melbourne; executive education courses, Said Business School, Oxford University and Harvard Kennedy School. Thought leader, speaker and writer on African issues. Formerly: Adviser to Minister of Justice on legal matters related to trade, investment and regional integration; Adjunct Professor of Law, universities in the US and Rwanda. 2011 Ibrahim Leadership Fellow, World Trade Organization. Founder and Managing Partner, Hoja Law Group. Founder, Transitional Trade, a non-profit whose mission is to promote social trade, investment and entrepreneurship in post-conflict countries and transitional communities. Desmond Tutu Fellow 2011, African Leadership Institute; Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum (2011), Aspen Institute New Voices Fellow (2014).