Setsu Goto Fellowship at African Research Academies for Women

The ARAW is dedicated to fostering a passion for inquiries and research in STEM fields among their students. They strive to not only foster the passion amongst students, but to provide professional opportunities for women in these fields with the goal of empowering their graduates with the competencies and skills necessary to be the change they wish to see in their communities. 

Established in 2016, the Setsu Goto Fellowship, named in honor of the mother of my business partner Ryu Goto, funds 1-2 women researchers every year.

Amira Delle Scholarship at Harvard College 

Harvard College is a close-knit undergraduate program located within Harvard University.

With world-class faculty, a dedication to affordability, and groundbreaking research opportunities, committed scholars have all the resources they need to fulfill their academic and personal potential.

Established in 2014, the Amira Delle Scholarship, named in honor of my mother who was not afforded the opportunity to attend college, provides funds to African girls striving to attend Harvard.

Sangu Delle Fund for Social Engagement at the Harvard Department of African and African American Studies in honor of Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham

The Harvard Department of African and African American Studies is dedicated to the passionate pursuit of one of the great and inspiring missions of human letters: bringing forward in full measure, the depth, richness, and complexity  of the African and African American experience.  In service of this ambition the department offer courses and conduct research that explores the contributions, challenges, strivings, and achievements of those of African ancestry. 

Established in 2010, the Sangu Delle Fund for Social Engagement at Harvard University, in honor of my mentor and professor Evelyn Brooks Hugginebotham, helps to fund the next generation of social entrepreneurs within the department.

Sangu Delle Prize for Social Entrepreneurship at Ghana International School

Ghana International School (GIS) is one of Ghana’s leading international schools providing world class holistic education to children between the ages of 3 years and 18 years.The school is a not-for- profit, private, non-sectarian, coeducational day school dedicated to providing international education to students of all races and creeds.

Established in Established in 2013, the Sangu Delle Prize in Social Entrepreneurship is a cash award given at the annual Speech & Prize Giving Day to a graduating senior who is considered by the faculty as the best social entrepreneur in the school.

Sangu Delle Supplemental Financial Aid Fund at the Peddie School 

Founded in 1864, Peddie School is a private, independent, co-educational boarding and day school for grades 9-12 and postgraduate studies located in Hightstown, NJ.

The Amira Delle Fellowship at MISE Foundation

The MISE Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to nurturing young people who demonstrate exceptional talent in mathematics.

Established in 2015 The Amira Delle Fellowship, created to honor my mother and her dedication to education, will provide full scholarships to primarily girls and economically disadvantaged students to attend the MISE Summer Program in Math, Science and Technology.

Edmund N. Delle Research Travel Fund at Harvard Center for African Studies 

The Harvard University Center for African Studies is a globally recognized, interdisciplinary body at Harvard University committed to broadening knowledge about Africa and African perspectives. The Center's primary missions are to Create opportunities and resources for academics, students, scholars, organizations and anyone with an interest in Africa-related topics, to learn, research and share knowledge related to Africa; Support programs that foster student and faculty engagement with the continent; Collaborate across the Continent to share the Center’s resources and knowledge with Africans and Africanists; and Diversify the interdisciplinary understanding of Africa and encourage people to think about the Continent in new ways. 

Established in 2018 in honor of the 75th birthday of Sangu’s father, Naa Prof. Edmund N. Delle Kyiir VIII, the Edmund N. Delle Fund will be used to support graduate student expenses related to research or field work in Africa. Awarded at the discretion of the Oppenheimer Faculty Director of CAs, funding will be awarded to graduate students who most exemplify outstanding academic performance and global citizenship.