With more than 7 billion people living on the planet,
we are all interconnected, interdependent and interrelated.
What we do greatly matters to the other.
Finding our 'sweet spot' connecting
social, economic and financial

Modern organizations can both maximize profit and be a force
for social good.
Sustainability does not mean business
conflict with delivery of shareholder value.

The Turnaround Institute (TAI) is a business built with a higher purpose beyond profits.
Our commitment is to help countless skilled instructors earn a decent living
while providing millions of students with fair access to higher education
regardless of socioeconomic status.


Companies that excel in today’s dynamic and globally competitive marketplace tend to be more responsible and profitable in their business strategy. A sustainable corporation stands a strong chance of being more successful for decades to come; a company based on sustainability values is built to last.

Profitability and responsibility can and must go hand in hand – the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) is going mainstream. Modern executives must figure out how to promote and incorporate sustainable development as a core component of their company’s business model. The United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to achieve decent lives for all on a healthy planet by 2030.

The Turnaround Institute sees incorporating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into our business model as a big challenge but also a significant opportunity to succeed as an organization while helping to make the world a better place. SDGs are a global compass guiding us all on how to  to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.

Organizations must strive to strike a balance between the concerns of all their stakeholders. Authentic business leaders today implement strategies to ensure financial success while simultaneously conserving and protecting social and environmental capital; business for good is good for business.


"Partnerships for the Goals" is something we strongly support.
Without strong synergistic partnerships, collaborative efforts,
and inclusive cooperation within a consortium of like-minded stakeholders
committed to growing with an intent, the SDGs will not be achieved.
SDG 17 Project Africa (SPA)
Ruwaza is a Swahili term that translates to "our Model."
One school at a time, TAI is changing the world. We're on
a mission to establish and incubate more than 500 green
innovation hubs for implementation of the UN 2030 SDGs
Agenda within African schools.
"Ruwaza" SDGs for Schools Program
ELF is a program for students in African higher education
institutions. Our mission is to push the boundaries of
high-level dialogue and exploration of creative solutions
around Africa's most pressing sustainable development issues.
Emerging Leaders Forum (ELF)
TAI is dedicated to disrupting traditional learning
by integrating technology into teaching methods
and learning processes to make them more inclusive
of students with special education needs.