Okendo Lewis-Gayle is author of Harambeans, founding partner of Harambeans Prosperity Fund and Chairman of the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance. Harambe is an ecosystem of over 350 young African leaders (Harambeans) which has spawned a series of tech-enabled unicorns such as Andela, Flutterwave and Go1. Collectively Harambeans have generated over 3500 jobs, raised over $1 billion from investors including Google Ventures, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and Accel. Lewis-Gayle is the Inaugural Founder in Residence at Schwarzman College in Beijing and has served as Africa Advisor to the Vatican, Rhodes Trust, and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. He is a graduate of Harvard University where he was awarded the fellowship of hedge fund manager, Glenn Dubin.