In April last year, Rebecca Enonchong was elected AfriLabs’ Board Chair, replacing Nigeria’s Michael Oluwagbemi. Just a year later, this outstanding womanpreneur once more makes Cameroon proud. The Firebrand advocate of both human and digital rights has stepped into the United Nations Africa Digital Identity Advisory Board.
As a member of the UN Africa Digital Identity Advisory Board, she is expected to share her know-how on digital technologies to the board alongside Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
About Rebecca Enonchong
Rebecca Enonchong is the founder and CEO of leading global provider of enterprise application solutions, AppsTech. She is also a co-founder and board member of Cameroon Angels Network and African Business Angels Network.
She equally sits on the board of Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa) and several other companies. Rebecca Enonchong Chairs ActivSpaces (African Center for Technology Innovation and Ventures), an incubator in Cameroon.
Her advocacy on both international and private media about Cameroon’s three months deplorable Internet shutdown in its English-speaking regions had attracted a lot of international buzz to the #BringBackOurInternet course. Hence, leading to Internet restoration in the crisis-stricken regions in March 2017.
Rebecca is a mentor and advisor to several Africa-based technology start-ups and she’s simply unstoppable.