Bill Lightfoot is an educator, advisor, and social entrepreneur who has founded or advised several social ventures in the US, Europe, and Africa. He has a passion for mentoring other social entrepreneurs, helping connect them with people who have complementary skills, and a similar passion for their mission.
Bill has served as a Dean at several Universities in the U.S. and Europe; as an executive and owner of firms in the US, Finland, Monaco, and Tanzania; and as professor and educator who has delivered lectures or taught at Universities and Colleges in over 20 countries, to students from over 100. He has also served on a number of for profit and not for profit boards, helping to found a Food Bank, a community based non-profit that focused on closing the summer learning gap with children living in poverty, and a homebuilding initiative that trained people living in poverty how to develop their own local economy.
He has an electrical engineering degree from Bucknell, an MBA from UNC Chapel Hill, and a PhD from Capella University. He currently resides in North Carolina with his partner and his snarky dog - Tanner where he is coaching and also working on several global education initiatives. He is most proud of his two amazing daughters - Stephanie and Shannon.
He was compelled to join the board at the AHPF by his mentor and friend Anderson Flen, with whom he co-founded several different community based initiatives during their time together in Gainesville, Georgia.
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