The Nena Sanderson speeches apply her personal experiences in a developing community in Rwanda to the concept of impact investing. The speaker hopes to develop a business model replicator that is able to copy sustainable models to help struggling nations meet basic needs like clean water, clean cooking and electricity. The advocate for social enterprise believes it is inadvisable to rely solely on business people to end the cycle of poverty, which is why she hopes to help scale successful models in other markets.
The MBA Candidate at Stanford Graduate School of Business has previous management consultant experience at the Boston Consulting Group. She also worked as volunteer consultant and technical assistant at TechnoServe and as a summer portfolio associate at the Nairobi-based Acumen Fund. The Nena Sanderson speech passionately describes her time in Africa.