Endeavor Nigeria Appoints Sari El-Khalil to its Board of Directors

Endeavor Nigeria has announced the appointment of the Chief Transformation Officer of Seven-Up Bottling Company and co-founder of W Motors, Sari El-Khalil to its board of directors.

In a release, the company described El-Khalil as a business leader and an entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience in finance and as an entrepreneur in Africa, the Middle East and the United States of America.

“Endeavor Nigeria’s board of directors comprises top business leaders who actively support the organisation’s efforts to advance the local entrepreneurial ecosystem and economy,” it stated.

Commenting on the appointment, the Vice Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Chapel Hill Denham, Bolaji Balogun, said, “We are pleased to welcome Sari El-Khalil to the Endeavor Nigeria Board. I believe Sari’s own experience and his family’s deep history in entrepreneurship, and his experience in business transformation will be invaluable to Endeavor Entrepreneurs and our network in general as we grow and pursue our enable entrepreneurship in our economy.”

Reacting to his appointment, El-Khalil said, “I am thrilled to be included in an eclectic community with like-minded influential members geared at economic value creation. I look forward to learning and working closely with entrepreneurs to add value wherever possible.”

Other members of Endeavor Nigeria’s board are Atedo Peterside, who is its chairman and President and Founder of Anap Foundation; Bolaji Balogun, board vice-chairman, amongst others.

Silas Ugochi

Silas Ugochi is a Staff Writer and Content Creator at GetFundedAfrica. Ugochi is an educated content writer who relishes using her skills to help GetFundedAfrica's Media Team achieve the goal of sharing the success stories of African entrepreneurs. When she isn't writing articles, she can be found listening to music, reading, or DJing.

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