Executive Vice PresidentSelf Help Africa
Executive Vice President
Self Help Africa
Will Galvin has been Executive Vice President of Self Help Africa since 2009, providing strategic direction for the organization generally but with a particular focus on innovative partnerships between farming communities in Sub-Saharan Africa and the private sector. His most recent work has involved the development of a digital sourcing enterprise for smallholder produce in Uganda and Kenya, along with a blockchain initiative for coffee sourcing in Ethiopia. Prior to joining Self Help Africa, Will enjoyed careers as a trial lawyer and as a journalist, both based in Ireland, and as an emergency humanitarian worker, spending time in over 10 countries across Africa and Asia. He holds primary and masters degrees from Trinity College Dublin and a degree of Barrister At Law from the Kings Inns, Dublin. He lives in New York City.