The Sub-Saharan Africa Transnational Strategic Alliance (SATSA) is a registered non-profit organization founded in 2012. Together, our officers and affiliates have decades of experience in business, education, and international diplomacy. SATSA’s function is to be a leverage for entities interested in conducting business in the Emerging Markets of Sub-Saharan Africa.
SATSA President and Founder:
- Christopher D. Jackson
To develop the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) as a global model for economic revitalization in the Emerging Markets of Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond.
To foster a dynamic business environment through collaborative alliances with enterprises and other organizations possessing the diverse professional expertise needed to develop infrastructural systems; and to assist in sustaining a solid infrastructure model for long-term socio-economic growth in the Emerging Markets of Sub-Saharan Africa.
The vision and mission of SATSA will be accomplished by:
Public and Private Sector Development
- Serving as an entry and access point for entities interested in conducting business in the Emerging Markets of Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond.
- Providing participating entities with highly profitable business opportunities that are tailored to the unique needs of specific countries.
- Identifying financial sources, including fundraisers, member dues, and grants from public and private sectors.
- Leveraging its relationship with United States and foreign governments at various levels: the Mano River Union (MRU), and Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), in order to make a lasting and progressive impact in the Emerging Markets economies.
- Education and Workforce Development
- Providing in-country support through training and perpetual education programs.
- Mobilizing and developing the workforce in-country as needed by entities that are actively engaging in business in Sub-Saharan Africa and the United States of America.