Sangu J. Delle

Sangu J. Delle

A.B. ’10 cum laude, J.D. ’16, M.B.A. ’16
M.S.t ’19, University of Oxford
Accra, Ghana
Sangu Delle

An entrepreneur, author, and devoted alumnus, Sangu Delle seeks to transform health care and technology  in Africa.

As CEO of Africa Health Holdings, Delle leverages technology to shape Africa’s health care future. As chair of Golden Palm Investments, he leads venture financing of innovative African technology companies. He serves on the boards of the Peddie School in New Jersey, Ashesi University in Ghana, and Ghana International School. He also co-founded Cleanacwa, a nonprofit providing clean water to rural communities in Ghana.

A dedicated Harvard volunteer, Delle is co-founder and vice president of the Harvard Club of Ghana, co- chair of the leadership council of Harvard’s Center for African Studies, a member of the Joint Committee on Alumni Affairs and Development, a member of the HBS Fund Council, a member of the Harvard Medical School Dean’s Advisory Council, a former Harvard Alumni Association elected director, an alumni interviewer, and a class reunion co-chair.

An Eisenhower Fellow, a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, a TED Fellow, and a Council on Foreign Relations member, Delle was Future Awards Africa’s 2014 “Young Person of the Year.” He authored Making Futures: Young Entrepreneurs in a Dynamic Africa and has presented TED Talks on mental health, gender equality, and African macro-finance.

“It is an immense privilege to serve Harvard. Few institutions hold such promise to positively impact the world. I hope my breadth of experiences in education, business, healthcare, and technology, along with my international perspective, can contribute to the vital work of the board.”

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