Nicholas Sullivan Discusses Staying Competitive While Looking For Work With Subsidized Mobile Phones

Nicholas Sullivan, author of the study Subsidized Cell Phones Provide Significant Economic Gains or Poor and Near-Poor Americans

Nicholas Sullivan is a Fellow at the Center for Emerging Market Enterprises at The Fletcher School and co-chair of The Fletcher School Leadership Program for Financial Inclusion.

Nicholas has written widely about technology, entrepreneurship and investment, and he is the author of the February, 2011, NMRC-published report, Subsidized Cell Phones Provide Significant Economic Gains or Poor and Near-Poor Americans.

Previously, Sullivan was a founding partner of the Global Horizon Fund, a private equity fund-of-funds for frontier markets, where he researched country and fund investment targets. And he was VP/Editor-in-Chief of Home Office Computing (Scholastic, Inc.), once known as the “bible of self-employment.”

For 13 years, he wrote the Workstyles column, chronicling life and work in the information age.

Sullivan is a graduate of Harvard University and The Fletcher School.

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