Health Innovation Hub (H2i) @ ALU

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Pillar: Health Entrepreneurship

Program Status: Active


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We offer Themed Accelera sessions every quarter, each focusing on various topics.

The selection of these topics is driven by the specific needs and challenges that African ventures encounter. We determine these needs through extensive research and engaging discussions with ventures.

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We have designed our entire institution around young people’s agency and autonomy as changemakers. Students declare missions, not majors – defining their educational experience by the impact they want to make in the world.

We believe students learn best when they can see their education in action and that some of the greatest lessons come not only from our world-class faculty and staff, but also from industry professionals and peers. We believe that in order to prepare you to make the greatest impact in the world, you should not have to wait until you graduate.

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Director, ALX Ventures

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Interantional Programs and Communications Coordinator

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Centre for Reimagined Africa (CRA)

University of Toronto

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Chris Suzdak

Director, ALX Ventures

African Leadership University

Chris Suzdak is based in Mauritius and serves as the Director of ALX Ventures, which develops, connects and funds early-stage tech entrepreneurs emerging from the African Leadership Group ecosystem.

Chris also leads The FutureList, a global platform and community that spotlights tech innovators and connects them with investors, talent and partners. He previously started and scaled up teams in the fintech, agtech and edtech sectors across Africa. He’s passionate about finding and supporting the next big thing.


Amanda Dlamini

Interantional Programs and Communications Coordinator

University of Toronto

Amanda Dlamini is H2i’s International Program & Communications Coordinator, with 8 years of experience in communications, driven with a passion to empower entrepreneurs.

Having successfully collaborated in projects back in South Africa which focused on diabetes awareness through an NGO, employing stakeholder engagement, events management and in the private sector with consumer goods, in communications and public relations. Dlamini emphasizes continuously innovating and agile communications as the key piece of any business’ ability to successfully engage with the target audience. She holds a Master of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship from Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.