Andrew Mack -

Andrew Mack is Principal of AMGlobal Consulting, a specialized Washington, DC-based consulting firm that helps companies do more business – and better business – in Emerging Markets.

A former World Bank project manager and banker with experience in more than 80 countries, Mack is internationally-recognized for his work on emerging markets and international development issues – with a special focus on Corporate Social Responsibility, public-private partnerships and Internet policy in Africa, Latin America and other underserved regions.

Mr. Mack founded AMGlobal in 2005 with the goal of helping bring together leaders – from major companies and governments to donors, foundations and NGOs – to address today’s toughest development challenges in a sustainable, creative, business-oriented way. AMG has worked with clients from Fortune 100 corporations like Chevron, Oracle, and Motorola, to donors like the World Bank, and USAID, to NGOs, and a variety of firms and associations in the Internet space.

A frequent speaker and writer, Mack has a monthly blog on CSR in emerging markets for the US Chamber of Commerce’s Business Civic Leadership Center and regularly speaks on development and technology issues at events like the recent Corporate Council on Africa Infrastructure Conference, where he led the panel on ICT for Smart Cities in Africa and the recent Tech Salon round table where he spoke on the potential development impact of “DotAfrica” and other new gTLDs on the global south.

Mr. Mack holds a Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude from Amherst College and a Masters in International Relations/International Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He speaks and works in Spanish, French and Portuguese.


Andrew Mack – new gTLDs (ppt)

Andrew Mack – Internet Opportunities in Africa (ppt)


Previously spoke at:

iWeek 2012