Liz Grossman Kitoyi is a dynamic entrepreneur and communication strategist with extensive experience building global partnerships and campaigns focused on international business, policy and talent in Africa. Liz is a proven advocate of the unifying power of digital solutions to enhance development of Africa and meet the demands of a global workforce.
She co-founded Baobab Consulting, the leading Africa focused social impact advisory firm. She has consulted for governments, nonprofits, UN agencies and policy think tanks based in the US and Africa. She holds a Masters in International Education Policy from Harvard University and earned her Bachelors in Communications and International Studies from Northwestern. Coupled with over 13 years studying, living, and working in over 20 countries Sub-Saharan Africa, Liz leverages her expertise in business and cross-cultural communication to co-create impactful partnerships, campaigns, and policies to promote collaboration with Africa.
Liz currently serves as Co-President of the New York City Chapter of the Harvard Network of Alumni Women and on the board of Teach for Senegal. Liz advises entrepreneurs and young professionals through her volunteer work with Resolution Project and the Impact Hub New York Metro. She is a founding member of the African Women Leaders Network Young Women’s Caucus, and sits on the Vital Voices Young Women Leaders Council.
Liz appreciates connecting and learning from diverse professionals who share similar interests and values. She is available for consulting opportunities, speaking engagements, and partnerships/volunteering with mission aligned organizations.