THVF invests in fast-changing world markets in United States and in select countries. Our current activities are focused on social media and cryptocurrency projects.
In the past, THVF managed the very first US-based Africa investment fund that was financed entirely by private money.
Our principal strategy is to develop innovative investment vehicles for both foreign and US-based investors. We have offices in Denver, Colorado and Sonoma, California.
The Fund's Principals contribute an extensive combination of experience with US capital markets, entrepreneurial skills, commitment to ethical business development and understanding of different countries’ business economy and culture.
Rocket2020, a Rwandan-based company delivering innovative technology solutions to facilitate commerce in Rwanda.
Robert Fogler is the principal founder of Thousand Hills Venture Fund. He is a Managing Director of each of the THVF funds. Mr. Fogler is also an Adjunct Professor at the Graduate School of International Studies at Denver University, where he teaches a course on Capital Markets in Africa that covers mortgage finance, microfinance, and private and public securities markets in Africa. Mr. Fogler is also a frequent speaker at international conferences and events on investment in Africa. Mr. Fogler holds degrees in Philosophy, Engineering and Law, all from the University of Michigan.
Antoine Bigirimana is a co-founder of Thousand Hills Venture Fund. He is a Managing Director of THVF and serves on the Advisory Board of THVF. As a Rwandan American, Bigirimanais a central figure in Rwanda’s information and communication technologies (ICT) community. With his reputation as a consultant on ICT strategies in East Africa, Bigirimana has spoken at several conventions in Africa and the United States. As a prominent entrepreneur and businessman in the United States, Bigirimana founded and built a successful software company in the San Francisco Bay Area (Electronic Tools Company).Outside of work, Bigirimana spends most of his time as a philanthropist, supporting the Kigali Center for Entrepreneurs. He also was the Chairman of the non-profit E-ICT Training Center for IT workers.