© Accite Holdings LLC 2018

We Grow Things

 

LEADERSHIP

Michelle Adelman is a thought leader, strategist and entrepreneur who has developed successful businesses that foster agricultural transformation and food security in Africa and emerging markets.  Michelle is a former global Managing Director at Accenture with over 20 years of experience in consulting and outsourcing, Chief Executive Officer of a US-based home health services company, and Group Executive Strategy for the pan-African Econet Group. 

 

Michelle serves on the Boards of Directors of the Travel for Impact Fund, Sir Ketumile Masire Foundation and the Botswana Human Resource Development Council (HRDC).  Michelle was named Africa’s “Most Influential Woman – Business and Professional Services” by CEO Global in 2017.  Michelle holds a BSc. Engineering Degree from Cornell University, where she serves on an advisory board to the Dean of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences.

 
 

FIND US

Plot 20620 Broadhurst

Industrial, Unit 5

PO Box 362ABG Sebele

Gaborone, Botswana

4513 Williams Drive

Georgetown, TX 78633

USA

Info@acciteholdings.com


Tel: +267 3911413

 

Accite is committed to creating impact by creating youth employment and long-term sustainable businesses that enable communities.  In addition, Accite is active as a community contributor.

 

Accite’s corporate social responsibility program focuses on key themes: 

  • Improvement of the lives of children through the promotion of early childhood education;

  • Development of leadership and entrepreneurial skills for youth; and

  • Proactive support and counseling to address gender-based violence


Accite is an active contributor to Travel for Impact Fund www.travelforimpact.com that provides sustainable funding to carefully selected non-profit organizations and supports those organizations with strategy, capacity development and the measurement of objectives. 

 

Accite has also teamed with the Sir Ketumile Masire Foundation www.sirketumilemasirefoundation.org to support its youth and agriculture initiatives.