Ms. Enid Mpumwire-Machayo is the CEO, and Co-founder of Global Inheritance Inc. Enid passionately works on different projects that ignite change in people's lives and communities. Born in Uganda before moving to America in the mid-80s due to war in her home country, Enid developed a deep passion for empowering people both in America and Uganda.
She has a Bachelor's Degree from Kennesaw State University and a Master's Degree from Liberty University. She also speaks four languages and has over five certifications related to nonprofit management, career readiness, leadership, and conflict resolution.
She currently serves as a Board Member on the Loudoun County School Business Partnership Council for Loudoun County Public Schools, Family Services Advisory Board for Loudoun County Government, and the Virginia Advisory Board for Service and Volunteerism for the Governor of Virginia.
Ms. Mpumwire-Machayo is blessed with four children who happily reside in Northern Virginia.
Bo Machayo is the Co-Founder of Global Inheritance Inc. He is a first-generation African-American with parents from Uganda and Kenya.
Bo Machayo has extensive experience as a public policy and public engagement advisor with stakeholders and elected officials at the local, state, and federal government levels. He has worked on a wide range of domestic and foreign policy issues - particularly relating to the economy, climate, and Africa. He has successfully passed legislation, formed coalitions, and accomplished organizational goals throughout his career, including as a political appointee at the White House during the Obama Administration.
His roles have included working for U.S. Senator Mark Warner, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, the U.S. African Development Foundation, the Obama White House Council on Environmental Quality, the Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Bo graduated from Wake Forest University with degrees in Economics and International Affairs and a Master's in Public Administration with Honors Distinction at George Mason University.
He has spent his time coaching basketball for elementary and middle school girls and is a mentor to kids across Northern Virginia public schools. He is the proud oldest sibling of four children, with one younger brother and two younger sisters. The World Economic Forum recognizes him as a Global Shaper. He serves as a Board Member for the Loudoun County Credit Union and the Board of Barber's and Cosmetology and New American Advisory Board for the Governor of Virginia.