Corporate entities are consistently told that must support diversity and support the growth of women and soContinue reading
I created a framework for aligning with anyone who has emailed me or sent me a message about picking myContinue reading
I am currently writing a white paper that looks at digital financial services taxes with specific emphasis on strategiesContinue reading
International Women’s Day is fast approaching and because I have to ‘suffer’ through it each year , I want toContinue reading
In the last year, a number of researchers have shared their findings on the funding prospects for women led teams across Africa.Continue reading
for AfCFTA to be effective, the cost of money transfers across the continent must be lowered. The African Union supported by the African Export Import Bank- AfriExim ,(Bank was established in Abuja, Nigeria in October, 1993 by African Governments, African private and institutional investors as well as non-African financial institutions and private investors for the purpose of financing, promoting and expanding intra-African and extra-African trade.) The bank has collaborated on the development of a Pan-African Payments and Settlement System -PAPSS a centralized payment system that will provide the infrastructure for intra Africa trade.Continue reading
All over the world, several sectors have had an underrepresentation of women. It is particularly difficult to talk about theContinue reading
I am very excited to announce I wrote a book .
This book is series of essays on my journey in tech and leadership in Africa .
You can find it on Amazon
Exceptionally excited to share this with the world !!!!Continue reading
Here is the dilemma I have when I talk to or speak on how women can thrive in corporate spaces.
The dilemma is between the work in the demolishing of the structural barriers, that make it difficult for, or at least slow women down in climbing the career ladder versus advising women on how to thrive and navigate within these structures and environments.Continue reading
From the governmental perspective, the African countries that will win in the technology race and become the locations where global tech organizations want to open offices, and where startup’s want to expand to and grow in , will have to heavily engage in developing deliberate ICT policies that will provide a road map of growth and will direct the development of a systematic tech enabled environment for their citizens and investors.Continue reading