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Frannie Léautier

Frannie Léautier

Frannie Léautier is chairperson and co-founding Partner of Mkoba Private Equity, a fund offering growth capital to small and medium enterprises in Africa.

Previously she served as World Bank vice president and chief of staff to the president of the World Bank, executive secretary of the african capacity building foundation (ACBF) and founder and managing partner of the Fezembat Group.

She served as co-chair for World Economic Forum (WEF) Africa and is a member of the WEF Global Agenda Councils.

Léautier holds a masters and doctorate from MIT, a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from University of Dar es Salaam and she graduated Harvard University’s executive program.

She holds an honorary degree in humane letters from North Central College.

Léautier was distinguished professor at Sciences Po Paris and is well published, including a well-acclaimed book on “Leadership in a Globalized World.”



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