Andrew Rolfe is the chairman of the Ubuntu education fund which is a non-profit community health, social welfare and education organization. He has proudly worked with the Ubuntu Education Fund for over 10 years and shows no signs of leaving. His passion and determination helps him in continuing to work to grow the foundation and continues to assist children and their families. Rolfe helps to support Ubuntu’s mission to assist in raising Port Elizabeth’s orphan’s and vulnerable children by giving them everything children deserve. After the Ubuntu foundation was created they figured out that just because a child in Africa is given a notebook, pen and paper, doesn’t mean they are going to be able to focus on school. The foundation discovered that most children were distracted by what is going on at home, hunger or HIV/AIDS. Andrew Rolfe oversees the model put in place by the Ubuntu Foundation to help increase the success of the children in life. The foundation primarily works in South Africa and has become one of the faces of the community. Rolfe helps the foundation provide households with stability, health and education services and services around 400,000 people in South Africa. The Ubuntu foundation resides in the towns of Zwide and Port Elizabeth in South Africa. Before becoming the chairman of the Ubuntu Foundation, Andrew Rolfe spent a lot of his time in the business world. He worked with a lot of big time companies like GAP, TowerBrook, and others. He is also a chairman of the Portfolio Committee and a member of the Management Committee. He has developed skills along the way that have assisted him in becoming the man he is. Rolfe is known for his knowledge of private equity, investments and business strategy and planning. He also has knowledge in the financial industry like corporate finance, leveraged finance and financial modeling. Before entering the work force, Andrew Rolfe attended multiple colleges like Eton College and Saint Andrews College but ultimately graduated from the University of Oxford with a Bachelor’s of Arts in 1988. In 1992, Rolfe graduated with his MBA from Harvard Business School in Managerial Economics.