Nile Henry

Nile Henry

Nile is a dynamic young tech leader and the founder and CEO of The Blair Project, a disruptive social enterprise that exists to inspire the next generation of green tech workforce through electric karting and digital manufacturing & design project-based activities.

Nile was just 18 years old when he set up the organisation six years ago. He created, developed and secured funding support for an exciting STEM education programme called the ProtoEV Challenge where student/apprenticeship teams aged 15-18 convert used petrol go-karts into fully electric e-karts which they test and race to see which is the fastest and most energy efficient.

He is a member of the Climate Change Youth Board, and sits on the Social Enterprise Advisory Group that advises the metro Mayor Andy Burnham, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the Local Enterprise Partnership.

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