Isaac Kwaku Fokuo
Isaac is the founder of the Amahoro Coalition, born of his commitment to achieve a tangible impact on the continent. The Coalition aims to systematically engage Africa’s private sector in creating economic opportunities and transformation for forcibly displaced individuals and host communities. He intends to help African businesses realize that they can play a critical role in easing the displacement crisis in Africa. For over two decades, Isaac Kwaku Fokuo Jr. has worked as an International Political Economy advisor to governments, investors, and global Fortune 500 companies on the nuances of navigating and expanding into emerging growth markets. He is also the Founder of Botho Emerging Markets Group, an investment and strategy advisory firm with offices in Nairobi, Dubai, and Chicago.
Having worked in more than 20 markets across North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, Isaac has an extensive and successful track record in investment facilitation, strategy consulting, and policy advisory across numerous sectors. Isaac is also an Angel Investor to start-ups based in Africa and the GCC. He is a 2014 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellow and a Trustee of Hanover College. He serves on the Boards of Axis Human Capital Group, The Boardroom Africa, AMREF Health Innovations, and Ashesi University Foundation.