__Town hall LIVE tomorrow 30 November at Stanford University 12:10 PST
I have just arrived for a three-day visit to Silicon Valley in California (one of my favorite places on planet Earth, second only to Africa, of course!) where I have been invited to speak on entrepreneurship and African agriculture development. There will be some very special guests in the audience. Stay tuned!
I know it will be really late for some of you, but it will be available LIVE to watch at http://bit.ly/Stanford_Townhall. (We’ll update you again closer to the time).
The discussion will be hosted by Stanford University’s Africa Business Club and the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
I’ll be joined by Stanford Professor of Economics, Paul Oyer (also co-director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies) and young #Afripreneur from rural Mali, Fatima Dicko, an award-winning mechanical engineer who is currently studying at Stanford Business School. Here’s a link to an interview that is sure to inspire: Women of Silicon Valley: 11 Questions with Fatima Dicko
Now a second-year MBA student, Fatima was the youngest senior engineer at Proctor and Gamble, on a small technology innovation team developing “new to the world projects” (three to 12 years from the market). Tomorrow at our town hall, she’ll be wearing her student/moderator hat…
I really look forward!
Here are the details to tune in LIVE: 12:10 – 1:10 pm (Pacific Standard Time)
# Ghana 20:10
# Nigeria 21:10
# South Africa 22:10
# Kenya 23:10
# India 01:40