Posted on :
30 Jul, 2016
30 Jul, 2016
Seed is a Stanford GSB-led initiative that’s working to end the cycle of global poverty.
We believe that business is one of the most powerful engines of change to move developing economies to greater prosperity. To maximize our impact, we’re working on multiple fronts and across multiple time horizons. Seed is training business leaders in developing economies, inspiring Stanford students to become globally engaged leaders, and supporting critical research that can lead to breakthrough solutions.
Stanford Global LLC is seeking qualified candidates for the Stanford Seed Transformation Network Manager in Accra, Ghana.
Job Title: Transformation Network Manager
Seed Transformation Program Background
Building on Stanford’s decades-long history of educating innovators in Silicon Valley, Stanford Seed brings this innovative mindset and practical business training to entrepreneurs in Africa.
The 6-month Seed Transformation Program (STP) curriculum is customized for founders and senior leaders of high-potential small and medium-sized companies in developing economies who have the potential to, and are committed to, growing and scaling their businesses.
In 4 week-long, highly interactive sessions over six months, leaders/founders will be exposed to, and deploy, tools and methodologies to help grow and transform their businesses.
In seeking transformative growth of businesses, traditional classroom learning is not enough. That is why the STP program is built to be highly interactive, and to allow leaders to both discover and apply the tools and methodologies that will help them transform their businesses.
Following each of the 4-week long curriculum sessions, leaders/founders will share their learning with their management teams through Stanford Seed facilitated workshops.Leaders and their teams will also work on projects designed to plan for the growth and scale of their companies.By the end of the 6 months, each leader/founder will complete a Transformation Capstone: a plan for growth and scale of his/her business.
The Stanford Seed Transformation Network Manager is responsible for managing and executing Stanford Seed West Africa’s engagement initiatives with graduates of the Seed Transformation Program (STP).
The successful candidate will have responsibility to:
Required Skills or Experience
Education and Experience
Four-year college degree at an accredited university and at least 6 years’ relevant experience in alumni relations, program management, marketing, event planning, or related field.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
How to Apply
Qualified candidates should apply online to the Stanford Seed Transformation Network Manager at:
For more information about the Seed program, please visit https://seed.stanford.edu/
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link:
Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law