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COLEMAN ANDREWS is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of RMWC, managing strategies primarily in private credit markets.  Coleman was Co-Founding Partner of Bain Capital after serving as a Partner of Bain & Company.  Coleman is a member of the Board of Directors of the DAPER Investment Fund, a co-investment fund of the $26 billion Stanford Management Company.  He is also a board member of Achungo Children’s Center, where he participates in teaching, tutoring, and mentoring orphans and vulnerable children in western Kenya. He previously served as Chairman and CEO of Rocky Mountain Capital.  Coleman was recruited by the government of President Nelson Mandela to lead as CEO the complex, challenging, and controversial turnaround of South African Airways, a global company with 10,500 employees and operations in 34 countries. Previously, Coleman was Chairman/CEO of World Airways, where he led a successful turnaround while navigating the effects of the Gulf War and a severe industry recession. He was awarded the Civilian Desert Shield/Desert Storm Air Medal by the United States Air Force for his volunteer service in the war zone during the 1990/1991 Gulf War.  Coleman served in The White House by appointment from President Gerald R. Ford to the staff of the Economic Policy Board. He holds an M.B.A. (Arjay Miller Scholar) from Stanford University, and a B.A. from Dartmouth College (Rufus Choate Scholar).

 
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