Episode 32

Wasswa Robbins on Helping Others

Oct 18, 2021

Jeff Shafer, CEO of CommonGood Capital, is joined by Wasswa Robbins, a high school senior born in Uganda who, after the death of his twin brother and both parents, reached a level of malnourishment that required hospitalization. Later adopted by a christian missionary and brought to live in the US, Wasswa talks about his experience here versus his time in Africa, how he wants to use those experiences to help his birth country, his thoughts on capital and stewardship, and much more. 

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#32 - Wasswa Robbins on Helping Others
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Wasswa Robbins
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A graduating senior who is moving on to a top institution.

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