- Organization: Indego Africa
- Department: Executive
- Title: CEO
A corporate attorney turned social entrepreneur, Conor French is CEO of Indego Africa and committed business partner to more than 400 women entrepreneurs in Rwanda. Indego Africa is a non-profit social enterprise that connects African women artisans with global markets and education. Conor is a Truman National Security Fellow and serves on the governing bodies of Red Hen Press, NYU Law’s Alumni Association, and the NYSBA’s Committee on Attorney Professionalism. Conor formerly practiced law at the global firm of Latham & Watkins and holds degrees from Georgetown and NYU Law, where he was an editor of the Journal of International Law and Politics. He is admitted to practice in CA, DC, MA, and NY.
Conor received a Bachelor of Arts in History and English from Georgetown University in 2003 and a Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law in 2006. He spent his junior year abroad at Trinity School Dublin in Dublin, Ireland in 2001-2002 and completed the National Outdoor Leadership School's Semester in East Africa in 2001.