Andrew Mack is CEO and Founder of Agromovil, an award-winning data platform linking small farmers with buyers and large supply chains around the world to dramatically improve the efficiency of small-scale agriculture.
Agromovil works with USDA, USAID, leading cooperatives, and major companies like Guinness Breweries to help them plan, source crops, manage risk, and track social impact in their producer communities. Working in Colombia, Tanzania, and Ghana – so far – the company has partnered with the Toyota Mobility Foundation, Ernst and Young, Carnegie Mellon, Endeavor, and the Walton Family Foundation among others.
A former World Bank official and banker, Mack also founded and led AMGlobal Consulting, a Washington, DC-based firm working with Fortune 200 clients specializing in Corporate Social Responsibility emerging markets and partnership development. As part of his work with AMGlobal, Mack worked with clients across the tech space including leaders in the internet governance world. Mack served as Chair of the ICANN Business Constituency, as an ICANN mentor, and on a number of working groups.
Mack holds a BA Magna Cum Laude from Amherst College and a MA in International Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and has worked in 80+ countries. He speaks and works in Spanish, French, and Portuguese