Reinhard Gorenflos is a philanthropist interested in education, a promoter of literature and an investor. He created and continues to lead Tua Res Foundation, a charity dedicated to the education of vulnerable girls in Africa. Founded in 2012, Tua Res has already supported more than 20,000 girls in Burkina Faso, Benin and Kenya through financial and social support, training programs and scholarships. He was Chairman of AppsForGood, an NGO with a focus on Tech education and is member of the Dean’s Council of Harvard‘s Kennedy School of Government. As a promoter of literature he is jury member of the Heinrich Heine Literary Award, one of Germany’s foremost literature awards and is board member of the Stiftung Lyrik–Kabinett (Poetry Foundation), He co-initiated the exhibition and theatre project ‘Will’s Book’ in Marbach, Germany, where Shakespeare’s Globe and Deutsches Literaturarchiv (DLA) joined forces to celebrate in 2022/23 the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s First Folio. As an investor, he provides advice and capital to promising growth companies through his family office. He is also a Senior Advisor with All Seas Capital, an investment firm. Reinhard builds on his experience with Private Equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR), London, where he was a long-term partner with a focus on European transactions and member of the global portfolio committee. Reinhard holds a Diploma in Economics of Freiburg University and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) of Harvard Kennedy School of Government.