Fellows Program

Meet Our Fellows

Meet featured alumni and learn about their experience with TechnoServe and where they are now.

Read firsthand accounts of Fellows' experiences in Stories from the Field.

Featured Alumni

 

Miishe Addy TechnoServe Fellow

Miishe

 

Founder, Skilltapp
Fellow in Colombia, 2014
 

Eric Sillman TechnoServe Fellow

Eric

 

Founder, Aperture Venture Partners
Fellow in Latin America and Africa,
1996-2000
 

Juan Carlos Thomas TechnoServe Fellow

Juan Carlos

 

Global Entrepreneurship Director, TechnoServe
Fellow in Chile, 2006
 

Alberto Fontes and Margarida Cosa TechnoServe Fellows

Margarida & Alberto

 

IESE Business School & TechnoServe
Fellows in Mozambique, 2014-2015

Martin Bratt TechnoServe Fellow

Martin

 

Partner, McKinsey & Co., London
Fellow in Mozambique, Kenya & Burundi, 2006-2007

Sharon Againe TechnoServe Fellow

Sharon

 

Founder and CEO, AgaSha
Fellow in Mozambique, 2008


Stories from the Field

Read about Fellows' project experiences in their own words. For more stories, photos, and updates, check out our Facebook page

"I had a great deal of independence in my work, and it was also so diverse that I can’t say I ever had a 'typical work day.' Some days I spent at the office in Kampala, but I also spent a lot of time in the field visiting the cooperatives so as to directly discuss the challenges they were facing." 

Moritz Steinle, Uganda
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"I quickly found out what it meant to be an SME advisor, and, when broken down into strategic steps it was not as intimidating as I had imagined. We devised strategies for each business and performed diagnostics to understand the state of their operations. We talked about their long-term aspirations, focusing on critical areas where we could have real impact."

Jana Nurmukhanova, Ghana
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TechnoServe Fellow Jana in Ghana

 

"I was able to learn about and get involved in various office initiatives.  I had the chance to meet with entrepreneurs running businesses and associations in various regions of Guatemala and discuss their future business plans. One of the most memorable of these visits was with a group of Mayan women who produce some formidable jams, which have found a permanent place on my breakfast table."

Rene Reinsberg, Guatemala
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TechnoServe Fellow Rene Reinsberg in Guatemala