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Matthew T. Mitro

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Email: m***@***.org
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • American University's Washington College of Law
  • bachelor's degree , economics and history
    Washington University
197 Total References
Web References
Indego Africa | Our Team | About Us
indegoafrica.org, 24 Jan 2014 [cached]
Matthew T. Mitro: Chairman & Co-Founder
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Matthew T. Mitro: Chairman & Co-Founder
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Matt Mitro
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Matthew T. Mitro
Matt pushes forward Indego Africa's founding vision of using the power of social enterprise to transform the lives of economically-vulnerable but highly-skilled artisans in Africa. Matt has a longstanding interest in African development, stemming from his six years living in Nigeria and his personal experience working with African women - those who support families and survive in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Matt has spoken about Indego Africa's innovative model to a variety of groups, from the World Affairs Council and Center for Unconventional Security Affairs to the African Social Enterprise Forum and Columbia University Law School (more info on speaking engagements)
Matt's professional training includes three years spent as a practicing attorney at Akin Gump LLP in Washington, DC where he coordinated the legal aspects of financing large-scale infrastructure projects in developing countries such as Bolivia, Morocco and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In his previous position, Matt participated in firm management activities through his membership on both the Hiring Committee and the Associates Committee. Prior to joining the law firm, Matt was a federal law clerk in the Eastern District of Virginia and spent time in the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Justice working on international legal issues.
Matt graduated magna cum laude from American University's Washington College of Law in 2003 and holds a bachelor's degree in economics and history from Washington University in St. Louis. He has conducted published legal research on the topic of combating exploitative child labor through the global trading system (available here>>) and is conversational in French & German. Matt is currently a Fellow of the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics and the StartingBloc Institute for Social Innovation, where he focuses on social entrepreneurship in Africa, and has traveled to more than 60 countries, living extensively in seven countries on four continents.
In August 2011, Matt joined Google as a University Program Specialist for the Middle East & Africa. He is responsible for building out Google's strategic hiring programs and acting as Google's ambassador at target academic institutions across the region. Matt was also recognized by Devex as one of 40 under 40 International Development Leaders in London.
Connect with Matt on LinkedIn and Facebook.
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Josh attended Washington University in St. Louis (B.A. Psychology, Business minor) with Matt Mitro and Ben Stone.
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In January 2009, after being an Indego Africa enthusiast for some time, Matt and Ben asked Josh to chair the Chicago board.
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After hearing his college friends Matt and Ben speak passionately about Indego Africa's work, Eric had to join their efforts.
Indego Africa | Our Team | About Us
www.indegoafrica.org, 14 Nov 2013 [cached]
Matthew T. Mitro: Chairman & Co-Founder Board of Directors
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Matthew T. Mitro: Chairman & Co-Founder
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Matt Mitro
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Matthew T. Mitro
Matt pushes forward Indego Africa's founding vision of using the power of social enterprise to transform the lives of economically-vulnerable but highly-skilled artisans in Africa. Matt has a longstanding interest in African development, stemming from his six years living in Nigeria and his personal experience working with African women - those who support families and survive in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Matt has spoken about Indego Africa's innovative model to a variety of groups, from the World Affairs Council and Center for Unconventional Security Affairs to the African Social Enterprise Forum and Columbia University Law School (more info on speaking engagements)
Matt's professional training includes three years spent as a practicing attorney at Akin Gump LLP in Washington, DC where he coordinated the legal aspects of financing large-scale infrastructure projects in developing countries such as Bolivia, Morocco and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In his previous position, Matt participated in firm management activities through his membership on both the Hiring Committee and the Associates Committee. Prior to joining the law firm, Matt was a federal law clerk in the Eastern District of Virginia and spent time in the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Justice working on international legal issues.
Matt graduated magna cum laude from American University's Washington College of Law in 2003 and holds a bachelor's degree in economics and history from Washington University in St. Louis. He has conducted published legal research on the topic of combating exploitative child labor through the global trading system (available here>>) and is conversational in French & German. Matt is currently a Fellow of the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics and the StartingBloc Institute for Social Innovation, where he focuses on social entrepreneurship in Africa, and has traveled to more than 60 countries, living extensively in seven countries on four continents.
In August 2011, Matt joined Google as a University Program Specialist for the Middle East & Africa. He is responsible for building out Google's strategic hiring programs and acting as Google's ambassador at target academic institutions across the region. Matt was also recognized by Devex as one of 40 under 40 International Development Leaders in London.
Connect with Matt on LinkedIn and Facebook.
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Josh attended Washington University in St. Louis (B.A. Psychology, Business minor) with Matt Mitro and Ben Stone.
...
In January 2009, after being an Indego Africa enthusiast for some time, Matt and Ben asked Josh to chair the Chicago board.
...
After hearing his college friends Matt and Ben speak passionately about Indego Africa's work, Eric had to join their efforts.
Indego Africa Team - Indego Africa
www.indegoafrica.org, 29 Mar 2012 [cached]
Matthew T. Mitro: Founder & Chairman of the Board
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Matt Mitro
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Matt pushes forward Indego Africa's founding vision of using the power of social enterprise to transform the lives of economically-vulnerable but highly-skilled artisans in Africa. Matt has a longstanding interest in African development, stemming from his six years living in Nigeria and his personal experience working with African women - those who support families and survive in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Matt has spoken about Indego Africa's innovative model to a variety of groups, from the World Affairs Council and Center for Unconventional Security Affairs to the African Social Enterprise Forum and Columbia University Law School (more info on speaking engagements)
Matt's professional training includes three years spent as a practicing attorney at Akin Gump LLP in Washington, DC where he coordinated the legal aspects of financing large-scale infrastructure projects in developing countries such as Bolivia, Morocco and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In his previous position, Matt participated in firm management activities through his membership on both the Hiring Committee and the Associates Committee. Prior to joining the law firm, Matt was a federal law clerk in the Eastern District of Virginia and spent time in the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Justice working on international legal issues.
Matt graduated magna cum laude from American University's Washington College of Law in 2003 and holds a bachelor's degree in economics and history from Washington University in St. Louis. He has conducted published legal research on the topic of combating exploitative child labor through the global trading system (available here>>) and is conversational in French & German. Matt is currently a Fellow of the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics and the StartingBloc Institute for Social Innovation, where he focuses on social entrepreneurship in Africa, and has traveled to more than 60 countries, living extensively in seven countries on four continents.
In August 2011, Matt joined Google as a University Program Specialist for the Middle East & Africa. He is responsible for building out Google's strategic hiring programs and acting as Google's ambassador at target academic institutions across the region. Matt was also recognized by Devex as one of 40 under 40 International Development Leaders in London.
Connect with Matt on LinkedIn and Facebook.
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Josh attended Washington University in St. Louis (B.A. Psychology, Business minor) with Matt Mitro and Ben Stone.
...
In January 2009, after being an Indego Africa enthusiast for some time, Matt and Ben asked Josh to chair the Chicago board.
...
After hearing his college friends Matt and Ben speak passionately about Indego Africa's work, Eric had to join their efforts.
Matthew T. Mitro: Founder, ...
www.indegoafrica.org, 11 Aug 2010 [cached]
Matthew T. Mitro: Founder, President, and Chairman of the Board
Matt continues to push forward Indego Africa's founding vision of using the power of social enterprise to transform the lives of economically-vulnerable but highly-skilled artisans in Africa. Matt has a longstanding interest in African development, stemming from his six years living in Nigeria and his personal experience with African women - those who support families and survive in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.
Matt is currently a Fellow of the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics and the StartingBloc Institute for Social Innovation, where he focuses on social entrepreneurship in Africa. Matt has spoken about Indego Africa's innovative model to a variety of groups, from the World Affairs Council and Center for Unconventional Security Affairs to the African Social Enterprise Forum and Boston University. Matt's professional training includes three years spent as a practicing attorney in the United States coordinating the legal aspects of financing large-scale infrastructure projects in developing countries such as Bolivia, Morocco and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Matt also has spent time working in the U.S. Department of State and Department of Justice on international legal issues. He has conducted published legal research on the topic of combatting exploitative child labor through the global trading system (click here) and is conversational in French & German.
Matt graduated magna cum laude from American University's Washington College of Law in 2003 and holds a bachelor's degree in economics and history from Washington University in St. Louis.
...
Josh attended Washington University in St. Louis (B.A. Psychology, Business minor) with Matt Mitro and Ben Stone.
...
In January 2009, after being an Indego Africa enthusiast for some time, Matt and Ben asked Josh to chair the Chicago board.
Indego Africa - Indego Africa
indegoafrica.org, 21 May 2010 [cached]
Matthew T. Mitro: Founder, President & Member of the Board.
Matt continues to push forward Indego Africa's founding vision of using the power of social enterprise to transform the lives of economically-vulnerable but highly-skilled artisans in Africa. Matt has a longstanding interest in African development, stemming from his six years living in Nigeria and his personal experience with African women - those who support families and survive in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.
Matt is currently a Fellow of the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics and the StartingBloc Institute for Social Innovation, where he focuses on social entrepreneurship in Africa. Matt has spoken about Indego Africa's innovative model to a variety of groups, from the World Affairs Council and Center for Unconventional Security Affairs to the African Social Enterprise Forum and Boston University. Matt's professional training includes three years spent as a practicing attorney in the United States coordinating the legal aspects of financing large-scale infrastructure projects in developing countries such as Bolivia, Morocco and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Matt also has spent time working in the U.S. Department of State and Department of Justice on international legal issues. He has conducted published legal research on the topic of combatting exploitative child labor through the global trading system (click here) and is conversational in French & German.
Matt graduated magna cum laude from American University's Washington College of Law in 2003 and holds a bachelor's degree in economics and history from Washington University in St. Louis.
...
Josh attended Washington University in St. Louis (B.A. Psychology, Business minor) with Matt Mitro and Ben Stone.
...
In January 2009, after being an Indego Africa enthusiast for some time, Matt and Ben asked Josh to chair the Chicago board.
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