2016-2017 Executive Board

WASA’s leadership team is comprised of MBA students with ties to countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Uganda, Ethiopia and Kenya. Members of our team have a broad and diverse range of experience in industries like investment banking, non-profit management, education, agribusiness, management consulting, technology, and entrepreneurship. We are passionate about business in Africa and strive to increase the representation of African students at Wharton while also elevating the Wharton Africa brand.

Rajith Sebastian, President

Rajith Sebastian
President

Ndidi Obaji, VP - Alumni Affairs

Ndidi Obaji
Co Vice President – Alumni Affairs

Tomide Awe, VP - Alumni Affairs

Tomide Awe
Co Vice President – Alumni Affairs

VP - Alumni Affairs

Margaret Chidothe
Co Vice President – Alumni Affairs

Ben Harms, VP - Sponsorships

Ben Harms
Co Vice President – Sponsorships

Chief Financial Officer

Jeff Aziakou
Chief Financial Officer

Robert Habib, VP - Social

Divinity Matovu
Chief Technology Officer

Kiki Teshome, VP - Careers

Kiki Teshome
Co Vice President – Careers

Chase Gray, VP - Programming

Chase Gray
Co Vice President – Programming

Raphael Awuku, VP - Sponsorships

Raphael Awuku
Co Vice President – Sponsorships

VP Management - Internal Affairs

Olakunle Olawoye
Vice President Management – Internal Affairs

VP Management - External Affairs

Lauren McHugh
Vice President Management – External Affairs

Jennifer Wong, VP - Careers

Jennifer Wong
Co Vice President – Careers

Luke Pryor, Co Vice President - Programming

Luke Pryor
Co Vice President – Programming

Dean Udom, VP - Prospective Students and Co-Chair Wharton Africa Business Forum

Dean Udom
VP – Prospective Students and Co-Chair Wharton Africa Business Forum

Christine Onyung, Vice President - Academics

Christine Onyung
Vice President – Academics

Robert Habib, VP - Social

Robert Habib
Co Vice President – Social

Ivie Clifford, VP - Social

Ivie Clifford
Co Vice President – Social

Dimia Fogam, Co-Chair Wharton Africa Business Forum

Dimia Fogam
Co-Chair Wharton Africa Business Forum