with Ani Vallabhaneni
David Auerbach 2011 fellow
Resolve the massive sanitation problems in the world’s slums, starting in Kenya, with an economically sustainable microentrepreneurial network of clean, containerized toilets and service to convert the waste to electricity and fertilizer.
David Auerbach graduated with an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management, where he was the co-President of Sloan Entrepreneurs for International Development. Prior to MIT, he ran the Partnerships, Policy, and Outreach division at Endeavor, a global nonprofit that supports High-Impact Entrepreneurs in emerging economies. David was the Deputy Chair for Poverty Alleviation at the Clinton Global Initiative in 2005-6, and taught in China for two years as a Yale-China Teaching Fellow.
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