Tino Nyandoro is passionate about education access, management consulting, traveling the world, and lives between the USA and Africa. Currently, he's working on scaling Project Access's reach in Africa as a Program Lead, a UK-based non-profit that assists high achieving, low-income students apply to the world's best universities for free. Previously, Tino has worked with educational nonprofits in his hometown of Harare as a Stanford International Public Service Fellow and BEAM Fellow.Tino is a current Donald Strauss scholar for education, a foundation annually awarding about 10 $15 000 awards to students from 22 California-based universities and colleges to do independent projects in various spheres of social change initiatives within the US and internationally.

Tino has previously interned with EY-Parthenon in New York , and he will be returning to EY-Parthenon as a full time hire upon graduation. In his free time, Tino likes to help start-ups scale up. He is currently pursuing a Bachelors degree at Stanford University.