Lance Entsuah

Lance Entsuah is an Economics major with a minor in International Business and a certificate in Business Law and Ethics from Columbus, OH. 

On campus, he is the former President of Bearcat Ventures, UC’s student venture fund, UC’s 2021 Homecoming King, a Joseph C. Gallo Economics Scholar through the Kautz-Uible Economics Institute, a member of the inaugural cohort of President Pinto’s NEXT Innovation Scholars, and is a Stanford University Innovation Fellow. Lance is a member of the Cincinnatus Honorary and the Collegiate Black Mens Honorary. Lance serves as a mentor to many students through the Business Fellows program, a program to which he attributes much of his success during his collegiate career.

Off campus, Lance is a member of Bridging the Gap, a nationwide student-run non-profit that focuses on developing top diverse undergraduate talent and placing them in bulge bracket investment banks, top financial institutions, prestigious consulting firms such as McKinsey, Bain, and Boston Consulting Group, and leading tech companies and startups. Lance is also a part of national business programs such as Management Leadership for Tomorrow
(MLT) and Seizing Every opportunity (SEO).

Lance envisions himself becoming a global business leader who drives economic development and growth in West Africa by shaping the region’s approach to venture investing. Lance plans to create an alternative investment fund focused on private equity, growth equity, and venture capital in order to change Ghana’s investment and business ecosystem and provide Ghanaian entrepreneurs the ability to scale their companies and expand overseas.

Read UC's article on Lance being named a Schwarzman Scholar here
Read more about the 9th cohort of Schwarzman Scholars here
And check out Lance’s mention in Forbes here