JOBOMAX Management
Mamady Doumbouya
Managing Partner, JOBOMAX and Chairman, American Home Builders West Africa
Mamady Doumbouya left Guinea for the United States in the 1960s. He attended the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where he graduated with a degree in information systems management and decision Sciences. Prior to coming to the United States, Mamady and his family worked for many years with shea butter products, gathering shea nuts and processing them into butter for sale to the local and international markets.

Mamady has strong kinship ties and professional networks in Guinea, Mali, and Burkina Faso. He has led international trading companies and has worked for several years for major U.S. corporations. Mamady’s understanding of international operations and administrative frameworks in West Africa supports JOBOMAX’s effective negotiation of cultural and bureaucratic protocols in the field.

Jonathan Halloran
Managing Partner, JOBOMAX and President, American Home Builders West Africa
Mr. Halloran brings over 20 years of business experience to JOBOMAX in a series of progressively more responsible positions in the construction and construction services industries. Most recently he served as EVP of Client Services at Textura Corporation, a NYSE traded company. His experience is focused in operations, sales and marketing and he has managed businesses generating over $500 M in revenue.

Jonathan brings extensive international experience to JOBOMAX having lived, worked or traveled in 32 countries in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia. He holds an MBA from INSEAD (France) as well as a BS in Civil Engineering and a BA in History from the University of Notre Dame. He is a fluent French speaker and has worked over two years in West Africa in the Peace Corps and developing new construction business.

Robert Hornsby
Managing Partner, JOBOMAX and CFO, American Home Builders West Africa
Since 1991 Bob has worked in the US and around the world in education, outreach and strategic communications. He has built and led teams as a business development and project management executive in a variety of entrepreneurial settings. From 2000 to 2004 he was President of technology services company Slingshot Solutions, where he co-authored US Patent No. 7,228,287. He subsequently directed new business unit development for Overseas Strategic Consulting before founding JOBOMAX. Prior to entering the private sector, Bob served in the Peace Corps in West Africa and taught in the Atlanta Public Schools’ flagship International Studies magnet school. He is a board member at the US-Guinea Chamber of Commerce, the United Nations Association of Greater Philadelphia, and Moonstone Inc.

Bob received his MBA in 2000 from the Wharton School, where he was appointed to a Teaching Assistantship in Finance and elected to the WGA Executive Council as representative of International and Cultural MBA student groups. He received an MA in International Economics and African Studies at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies that same year, as part of the SAIS/Wharton joint degree program. He received a BA in Economics at Davidson College in 1991, with a focus on Economic Development, and studied in 1989 at Madras Christian College in Tambaram, India.