What a force to reckon with. Mrs. Wandji founded Cameroon's first social entrepreneurship program in hopes to translate Cameroonian youths ideas into action. The John Hopkins graduate moved back to Cameroon after her studies to embark on this journey. Since then, she has co-founded Solutionneurs, "a consulting and an outsourcing platform, that provides skilled labor, on-the-ground market research, and solutions to business problems". She also plays a role as advisory council for Microsoft for Africa and is very active with the US embassy in Yaounde. Her drive, energy and zeal for change is motivating and inspirational. For more information on her, you can follow her on twitter and visit her blog for updates.
Ms. Ngako decided that, images of starving children and poverty wasn't all Africa had to offer. The Le Monde Afrique journalist decided to use her platform to promote a positive image, of not only her country Cameroon, but that of the African continent. With over thousands of followers on social media platforms, Ms. Ngako is showing the world the variety of beauty, African nations have to offer. May I add, she is doing a great job at promoting Cameroonian and African talents through her journalistic platform at Le Monde Afrique. Follow Ms. Ngako on instagram and twitter to stay up to date with her.
The 2015 American Express emerging innovator, a 2015 Vital Voice Fellow, This London School of Economics graduate is paving the way for change makers in Cameroon. In addition to co-founding Jumpstart Academy Africa, Ms. Kangha is also the founder of Youths4Change, "a youth-led community based organization focused on transforming African youths into agents of socio-economic change". Ms. Kangha's determination and drive is quite inspiring. Can't wait to see the plans she has installed for change makers in Cameroon. You can follow her on twitter for more info.
With an extensive background in brand management, trade marketing and retail management, Ms. Wandji decided it was time to create an enterprise for herself. MoonLook was launched to the world in 2013. This e-commerce site provides unique made in Africa products to consumers globally. They carry designers from West, North to Central Africa. Ms. Wandji's hardwork is enough inspiration for those interested in her field of work. I suggest you visit her site for made in Africa finds. Make sure to check out her Instagram and twitter pages for updates.
With seven years' experience in policy reforms focused on youth policy development and implementation, this 2015 Young African Leaders Initiative(YALI) fellow has been fighting to implement youth and gender policy changes in Cameroon. This lawyer turn policy advocate is pushing for youth and women voices to be heard in the management of public investment projects. She has such an outstanding and impressive professional and educational background. looking forward to more outstanding work from Ms. Ngonwei.
As an expert adviser to global corporations, Ms. Chime has worked on several projects including, being "a senior expert on organizational design with the Lake Chad Basin Commission, which plays a major role in conflict prevention and security in the region". In addition to that, Ms. Nguemo holds a senior advisor position for the African Women's Entrepreneurship Program(AWEP), assisting in the selection process of African women entrepreneurs growing their business through the AGOA platform with the US Department of State. The 2015 YALI fellow received a USADF grant in which she plans to launch a platform that empowers and uplifts entrepreneurs, young women and men.
Ms. Tsamo is currently completing her PhD in Computer Science from the University of Yaounde 1. While doing so, her passion led her to launch the information technology for women and youth program(WIT), while working as an event manager for women tech maker. Ms. Tsamo is pushing boundaries for women focusing on STEM in Cameroon. She is definitely a techie to watch out for. Can't wait to see the work she has planned.
This young entrepreneur is passionate about inspiring young people and impacting her community. Based in Buea, while completing a BSc in Chemical Engineering, Ms. Zommi decided to launch the Emerald Moringa tea. Her tea sets a platform for healthy living within the community using the moringa tree. She was recently nominated for the Anzisha price for her work on the Emerald Moringa Tea. She is a change maker to look out for. You can follow her on twitter for more updates.
With degrees in Journalism from France and the UK, Ms. Bomo decided to relocate to Cameroon to utilize her expertise on the opportunities present at home. In addition to Be The Light Productions, Ms. Bomo is also the founder of Akouma TV. She is a TV host with Vox Africa, the director/producer for women for change, and a talk show host for Afrik2 Radio's weekly talk show "Femmes Lumiere". In addition to her multiple roles, Ms. Bomo shares her travels and experiences on her bilingual blog "My African Chronicles". You can follow her on twitter and Instagram for more updates.
A tech, culture, lifestyle and community magazine, Je-Wanda Magazine is providing rich content to not only Cameroonians, but Africans all over the world. Ms. Fotso has created a buzz with Cameroonians at home and abroad as one of the first to create a web magazine. She is an avid promoter of Cameroonian talent globally and strives to portray and image of talented and innovative Cameroonians moving the country forward. Je-Wanda continues to grow as one of the most visited Cameroonian owned sites on the web. Ms. Fotso's hardwork and determination is quite inspiring. Looking forward to more of what she has planned. In the mean time, keep up with her on twitter and Instagram
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