Sangu Delle is a Ghanaian investor and entrepreneur. Mr. Delle was selected by Forbes in the ‘30-under-30 entrepreneurs’ list in Africa in 2014. Mr. Delle is Managing Director of Africa Health Holdings, a company based in West Africa, which aspires to "build Africa's healthcare future". In 2008, he founded Golden Palm Investments, an investment holding and advisory company focused on high growth and impact industry sectors across Africa. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Stawi Foods & Fruits, a Kenyan award-winning food processing business primarily involved in the milling of nutritious porridge flours. He is also Director of mPharma, a startup in data and cost management connecting African consumers to accessible and affordable high-quality medications. He previously worked as an analyst at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Valiant Capital Partners. He is a Trustee of the Peddie School.
Mr. Delle studied at Harvard University – he graduated with a B.A. (Highest Honors) from Harvard College, an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Doctor of Law from Harvard Law School – where he is now an Advisory Board member as well as co-Chair of the Leadership Council at the Harvard Centre for African Studies and an Elected Director of Harvard's Alumni Association.
Mr. Delle is also invested in non-profit activities: he is the co-founder and President of cleanacwa, a non-profit working to provide access to clean water in Ghana’s underdeveloped regions. He is an Advisory Board Member of the African Technology Foundation, a non-profit which supports African technology start-ups, and a Founding Member of the Rhodes Scholarship for West Africa at Oxford University. Mr. Delle is also a Soros Fellow and a TEDGlobal Fellow.