Carolyn Campbell is a Managing Director and Founding Partner of Emerging Capital Partners (ECP). With over $2 billion under management, ECP is a leading private equity manager focused exclusively on Africa. ECP has seven offices across Africa and over 15 years of investing experience, having made over 60 investments and 30 exits with operations in over 40 countries on the continent. Ms. Campbell provides management oversight of the firm’s operations and investments. Ms. Campbell is also a member of ECP’s Executive Committee and of the Funds’ investment committees. Prior to joining ECP in 2000, Ms. Campbell was a Senior Associate at White & Case LLP in the firm’s Warsaw, London, and Washington, DC offices. She was also an Associate Professor at George Washington University National Law Center, lecturing on international negotiations. Ms. Campbell is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She obtained a PhD in Politics from Oxford University and a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law. Ms. Campbell also graduated summa cum laude from the University of Connecticut with a bachelor’s in economics and French and a master’s in economics. Ms. Campbell has served on the boards of Eranove (West Africa), Maarifa Education (East Africa), Wananchi Group Holdings (East Africa), Spencon International (East Africa), and Société Générale Assurance Méditerranéenne (Algeria). She also serves on the board of the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) and on the Legal and Regulatory Councils of the Emerging Markets Private Equity Association (EMPEA) and the African Venture Capital Association (AVCA).