Michael Isimbabi


Dr. Michael Isimbabi is a Washington, D.C.-based finance and energy industry professional and consultant.

A former professor of finance, he is the co-author of the investments book, Contemporary Portfolio Theory and Risk Management (West Publishing), and author of articles and scholarly papers in finance and development published in the Journal of Banking and Finance, the Atlantic Economic Journal, SAIS Review: A Journal of International Affairs (Johns Hopkins University), and other publications. He previously taught at Temple University, Morgan State University, and Bentley University. He is also a former banker and engineer.

Dr. Isimbabi’s professional career includes consulting, research, analysis, writing, teaching, and management experience spanning: Financial Markets; Investments; Banking/Financial Services; Energy Markets; Electric Power & Utilities; Minority and Urban Business & Finance; International Finance & Development; Emerging Markets; Technology; etc. He has worked on consulting projects for business/consulting firms, U.S. Government agencies, financial institutions, international development organizations, industry associations, and nonprofit organizations.

Dr. Isimbabi obtained his Ph.D. degree in Business/Finance from Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

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Pooling Our Resources to Foster Black Progress: An Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing Framework
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 34,550. Language: English. Published: November 17, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Small business & entrepreneurship, Nonfiction » Politics & Current Affairs » Public affairs
This book provides a framework for pooling resources on a large, national scale to address problems, particularly in underserved communities, through an impact investment fund. The “EXCEL-TRANSFORM Fund” will be a vehicle for galvanizing large numbers of people to pool funds to provide needed capital to entrepreneurs, businesses and nonprofits that can have transformational impact in communities.

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