On any given day, Ebah Patrick Ngole G’07 might be working with the United Nations, with a huge international corporation such as UNILEVER, or with a local small-business owner. As electronic banking channels officer for the Transaction Services Group at Ecobank Côte d’Ivoire, he manages teams that help clients of all sizes set up, learn, and run the electronic cash-management systems that keep their operations moving.

Ngole is in his home country of Côte d’Ivoire, to which he moved back in 2008, shortly after earning his Masters in Information Technology (formerly known as Computer Information Systems) from Saint Rose. He works in Abidjan, the country’s economic hub and home to nearly 5 million people. “It’s a lot bigger than Albany, and there’s lots of traffic, but I love to be home with my family,” he says.

Read more about his journey to Saint Rose and back here.