Fellows, Spring 2017

Adjatay Nyadjroh

Fellow

Adjatay Nyadjroh, Fellow, Impact America Fund Spring 2017 Adjatay is a second-year MBA candidate at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management with a focus on finance and strategy. Adjatay combines his wealth of financial service experience with his passion for impact investing to help entrepreneurs drive impact within their respective communities.

Prior to business school Adjatay held a number of positions with Brown Brothers Harriman, FactSet Research Systems, and Natixis primarily focusing on investor relations and sales. Post business school Adjatay looks to utilize his business acumen to pursue a career in consulting with Boston Consulting Group.

Adjatay grew up and lived in Somerville, Massachusetts prior to moving to Evanston, Illinois. He attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island where he majored in both Business Economics and History.

Brittany Henry

Fellow

Brittany Henry, Fellow, Impact America Fund Spring 2017 Brittany is a second-year MBA student at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, focusing on the intersection of finance, entrepreneurship, and social impact. This past summer, Brittany worked as a Farber Fellow with REDF, San Francisco based venture philanthropy fund, where she helped a Chicago based social enterprise meet their sales targets and subsequently increase their profit margin.

Prior to Booth, Brittany served as a Quarterback intern where she designed a strategic roadmap for a startup venture philanthropy fund focused on improving opportunities in low-income communities. She began her career in management consulting with Accenture where she worked on improving finance and accounting processes for utility clients.

Brittany is originally from Milwaukee, WI and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Hampton University.

Justin Davis

Fellow

Justin Davis, Fellow, Impact America Fund Spring 2017 Justin is currently a Sloan Fellow at the Stanford Graduate School of Business pursuing a Master of Science in Management with a certificate in Social Innovation.

Prior to the GSB, Justin Davis served as a Program Officer at the Kapor Center for Social Impact and funded initiatives and built partnerships at the intersection of tech, education, and social impact. Justin was largely responsible for leading the foundation’s investment in President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, as well as statewide and national movements that supported the Boys and Men of Color movement. During his tenure, he developed and led the College Bound Brotherhood, a program initiative conceived by the Kapor Center that increases the number of San Francisco Bay Area African American men who enter into and complete college.

Justin is deeply interested in investing in high growth innovation and technology that stimulates economic and workforce development in cities with historically marginalized communities.

Justin is a Bay Area native and holds a BA in Communication from Stanford University, where he served as a Captain of the Men’s basketball team.