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Andrew Rolfe’s Internationally Renowned Work as the Chairman of the Ubuntu Fund.

A fund-raising charity event was held in London as the 10th Annual Ubuntu Fund Gala Dinner. With over £600,000 pounds raised, the Ubuntu Fund achieved in reaching past their funding goals. The funds will be used to provide education for impoverished African children while the remaining funds will be used to help to improve the paediatric clinic at the Port Elizabeth campus where the Ubuntu Education Fund’s is held.

Andrew Rolfe had the pleasure of inviting 300 guests to the gala and providing them with fine dishes, music, and moving speeches from two young African guests that previously was aided by the Ubuntu Fund. The auction during the gala was incredibly dynamic, with donors presenting items that accumulated to an outstanding sum of £33000 pounds.

Ubuntu Fund Chairman, Andrew Rolfe, previously the former president of Gaps international division, Chairman & Chief Executive for Pret A Manger, and Vice President for PepsiCo, Rolfe has been widely praised to have a critical mind for bringing retail stores to be internationally recognised. His work has helped him to maintain a respected professional profile while also able to have a completely humble mindset when it comes to charitable organisations.

Rolfe joined the Ubuntu Fund alongside with Jacob Lief in a mission to aid children in Africa by providing them the childhood that they deserve. Founded in 1999, the Ubuntu Funds was a small charity that only focuses on the availability of educational tools. With the help of Andrew Rolfe, Ubuntu Fund’s has skyrocketed in becoming Africa’s most important charitable organisations.

Rolfe has contributed his work into reducing the transmission of HIV. An astounding achievement by Ubuntu Funds reports 100 percent of HIV-positive mothers have given birth to HIV-negative babies. Other than that, the organization have also successfully helped 90 percent of the organisation’s scholars to enrol into major universities. One of the credits given to the Ubuntu Funds was by one of the special guests in the gala, Sinesipho, where she talked about the aid given to her from her abusive father.

With Rolfe’s strong leadership skills and strategical skills, he continues is an important asset to the Ubuntu Education Fund.

 

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Securus Technologies Assisting Law Enforcement to Prevent Crimes

With the increase in gangs in our community, it puts a serious strain on law enforcement to try and keep the streets safe for all residents. The problem with more gang members in the community is that they tend to scare innocent people to the point they will not help the police for fear that their own families will be hurt. The gangs use that pressure to maintain a net o safety so they can operate without fear of being turned in.

 

Although the friends and family of the gang members will not talk, in order to get back control of the city, law enforcement has come up with some very creative ways to stay one step ahead of these criminals. Although Securus Technologies installed their call monitoring system inside the jail to keep that facility safe, law enforcement outside the jail has been discovering this is a valuable resource to help prevent crimes outside the jail too.

 

Securus Technologies is based out of Texas, has 1,000 employees, and the CEO of the company, Rick Smith, says his team is committed to making the world safe for all. Currently you can find over two thousand of these call monitoring systems in jails all around the country. Although they allow officers to discover drugs and weapons in the jail, it also helps when you get inmates telling law enforcement exactly what they will be doing on the outside.

 

Inmates who are also gang members, love using the phone in jail to stay in contact with their soldiers on the street. If a gang leader calls to have drugs brought to the jail, we make arrests. If gang members call to put a hit on anyone, we are there too. Each time a gang member using the phone, we can prevent the crime from happening.

 

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Paul Mampilly’s Financial Achievements

Paul Mampilly is the President of Profits Unlimited. Before establishing his firm, Paul Mampilly worked in Wall Street. Paul joined Wall Street in 1991. Paul Mampilly served as the assistant portfolio manager at the Bankers Trust sector. After some time, Paul was promoted to other executive positions. Paul Mampilly advanced to top positions at the ING and Deutsche Bank. Paul was in charge of multimillion-dollar accounts at the bank. Later, other firms saw Paul’s management capabilities. In 2006, Kinetics Asset Management made Paul in charge of their hedge fund.

After a decade, Paul Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing. Paul served as the company’s senior editor. Paul’s specialty was to offer help to Main Street Americans in becoming wealthy. Paul Mampilly achieved this by enhancing growth in investments, technology, unique opportunities and small-cap stocks. In his career experience, Paul has taken part in investment competitions. The most prestigious one was the competition organized by the Templeton Foundation. The task of the investment competition was to achieve the largest profits. Paul Mampilly managed to generate an $88 million returns from a start up amount of $50 million.

Paul’s daily routine at work has not changed for fifteen years. Once Paul gets up, his first task is to look through news from all the markets including North America and Canadian markets. Paul brings his ideas to life by conducting extensive research. Paul Mampilly involves his team in his research. Any stock pick that Paul addresses has usually undergone research of 30 to 40 hours. Paul loves demonstrating ideas using examples. Using examples makes it easier for readers to understand the information that Mampilly intends to pass to them.

For over 25 years of experience, Paul Mampilly has maintained his specialty in finance. Paul has covered health care and biotech as a portfolio manager and analyst. Paul has worked in several banks globally. Some of the banks include ING and Bankers Trust. Paul Mampilly has also collaborated with notable clients including European aristocracy, Swiss private banks and Royal Bank of Scotland.

In 2016, Paul became a member of The Sovereign Society. He serves as the Senior Editor. Paul is also the editor at the Profits Unlimited which is released on a monthly basis. Profits Unlimited is a newsletter whose primary focus is in finding profits in various cutting-edge inventories.