Travel for Impact Fund Board Member, Michelle Adelman, Recognized

Congratulations to Travel for Impact Fund Board Member, Michelle Adelman, who has been recognized by CEO Magazine as both Botswana’s and continental Africa’s 2017 “Most Influential Woman in Business & Profession Services”.
In addition to her contribution to the boards of HRDC, Sir Ketumile Masire Foundation and the Impact Fund, Michelle was recognized by CEO Magazine for her ground-breaking agriculture businesses in Botswana and as a fierce social impact advocate. As the founder of Go Fresh!, Botswana’s premier organic and sustainably grown horticulture brand, Michelle was recognized for developing young Batswana leaders and using technology to drive transformation in the agricultural sector. Go Fresh! uses high-tech, climate controlled greenhouses to grow fancy lettuce, herbs, tomatoes and cucumbers in two locations in Gaborone and Maun. Go Fresh! has been recognized the Botswana “National Grand Champions in Horticulture” by the Ministry of Agriculture and “Farmer of the Year” by the Botswana Young Farmer’s Association and employs over 40 Batswana college graduates and community workers.
CEO Magazine is committed to playing a significant role in reflecting the transformation of African business. Annelize Wepener, Chief Executive of CEO Global mentioned that with presenting the Most Influential Woman in Business award, “CEO Magazine celebrates our every-day African heroes whose gems of ideas blossomed into profitable business ventures which have benefited and transformed communities continent-wide”.
A big congratulations to Michelle!

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