Seattle, Thursday, January 2, 4-6 pm A conversation with Ashesi Alumni Rose Dodd ’09
Ashesi Graduate Rose Dodd is someone who “drives change, inspires loyalty, and delivers innovative solutions”, notes her previous manager.
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After graduating from Ashesi, Rose played a key role in devising the product and distribution strategy necessary to bring useful products to Ghana’s rural poor, through her work with social venture firm, Burro. Rose’s work with Burro is featured in the book Bright Lights, No City by Max Alexander.
Rose is in the US working towards her MBA in Marketing and Innovation Strategy at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champain, and is a consultant in the Global Consulting Program of Illinois Business Consulting.
“Rose played a key role in building out Burro’s initial offerings and distribution network and was critical to our efforts to craft a local team true to Burro’s brand values and able to grow the business autonomously. She drives change, inspires loyalty, and delivers innovative solutions with limited resources. Ambitious, hard-working, and ethical, Rose got her exceptionally promising career off on the fast track delivering tools to build better lives in Burro’s early days.” Whit Alexander, Founder, Burro.