Marsha Wulff
Ms. Wulff is an early-stage tech venture investor and business mentor. She has lived and worked internationally, including India, China, South America and many parts of Africa. Her business and investment acumen developed while working as an entrepreneur in the 1970’s, a VP of investments for a US securities broker/dealer in the 1980’s, and in the 1990’s as Finance Director for a medical system and as Corporate Communications Director for Pioneer Natural Resources. Since 1997, she has been a private equity, social impact investor, with a focus on African business development via joint ventures, global trade, private financings and grant fundings. She co-owns a superfood farm and processing center in Uganda and has advised the Loftyinc Ltd group of Nigeria since 2009. She advises Stanford’s Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies, helped establish the Frontier Market Scouts Program of Middlebury Institute that links impact investors to social entrepreneurs and she initiated the Geneva-based Bamboo Finance investment into South Africa’s CareCross Health Group. She has vetted thousands of venture proposals, helped establish dozens of businesses and co-founded several investor networks. She earned her Executive MBA at SMU in Dallas, Texas