Coleman Andrews

Coleman is CEO and Chief Investment Officer of RMWC, managing strategies primarily in private credit markets. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the DAPER Investment Fund, a co-investment fund of the Stanford Management Company, which directs the investment of the Stanford University endowment. He also serves as a global advisor to Trilantic Capital Partners.

Coleman was Co-Founding Partner with Mitt Romney of Bain Capital.  He was later recruited by the government of President Nelson Mandela to lead the successful turnaround of South African Airways as its CEO. While living in South Africa, Coleman founded a training trust which awarded educational scholarships to promising disadvantaged students, and sponsored a skills training center for women in Johannesburg’s Alexandra township.

Coleman was appointed by Governor George Allen to Virginia’s Commission for Citizen Empowerment, overhauling Virginia’s welfare policies. He was awarded the Civilian Desert Shield/Desert Storm Air Medal by the United States Air Force for volunteer service in the war zone during the 1990/1991 Gulf War. He served in The White House from 1975 – 1977 including a Presidential appointment by Gerald R. Ford to the staff of the President’s Economic Policy Board.  He holds an M.B.A. from Stanford University, where he was named an Arjay Miller Scholar, and holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College, with High Honors in Economics, magna cum laude, and as a Rufus Choate Scholar.

Coleman describes his first visit to Achungo as “a life-changing and healing journey,” and the children and teachers at the school hold a special place in his heart.