Herve Viho Aniglo was born in the capital and coastal city, Lome, Togo. Togo is a small country in West Africa located between Ghana and Benin and below Burkina-Faso. He and his family are part of the Togolese ethnic group, Ewe. At a young age, Herve and his family moved to the United States of America for better opportunities. They first arrived in New York then later moved to Memphis. His first name "Herve" (pronounced Her-vay) is French for "Army Warrior." The middle name Viho is Cheyenne for "Chief." These are the characteristics of a leader and they are the characteristic of an "army warrior" and a "chief." Herve serves and follows the directions and tasks of others (army warrior) but at the same time, he sets an example to his fellow peers by showing determination, keeping an upbeat, positive personality and motivation to keep things going (chief). Herve is a well-known networker and connector in Memphis. He is involved with the National Black MBA Association, Black Data Processing Associates, and National Society of Black Engineers. He is also currently pursuing his MBA at the University of Memphis.