Former MIT Class President
Nacho Nwana was the class president at MIT for 4 years and was also the co-founder and President of MIT’s Minority Business Association, which focused on delivering education on entrepreneurship, finance, consulting, and global development to minorities at MIT. After graduating, Nacho began coaching MIT professors on public speaking and has coached presentations delivered to Fortune 500 executives and country governments. Additionally, Nacho founded and moderated the Engineering Social Change initiative in conjunction with MIT Sloan to bring esteemed MIT alumni together to discuss social changes in the workplace context. Most recently, Nacho founded the Fund the Gap Alliance sponsored by the United Nations in Nigeria, which hosted the top entrepreneurs, VCs, and thought leaders to discuss how to fund local African founders.