McNulty Prize Finalist: Patrick Awuah, Ashesi University, Ghana

One of five finalists for the inaugural John P. McNulty Prize, Patrick Awuah, Ashesi University, Ghana

After studying at Swarthmore and making his fortune at Microsoft, Patrick returned to his native Ghana and founded Ashesi University, the first liberal arts college in Ghana dedicated to educating a new generation of ethical, entrepreneurial leaders. Five years after its inception, it has quickly gained a reputation for innovation and quality education in Africa.

Festival: 2008

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