How can we elevate people out of poverty through creativity and innovation? Maybe the answer lies in how to capture ingenuity beyond innovations and help people to “do things.”
Growing up in Ghana, where he received his early education, Tralance developed a strong interest in technology and became engaged in social action while in secondary school. As a student and later a technology developer and entrepreneurial executive executive in both corporate and start-up organizations in the United States, he has continued that engagement, with a focus on direct action to address the issues of poverty around the world through technology and creative business models. He is an inventor, holding many U.S. and international patents.
The imperative of doing