Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh is Microsoft's new Strategic Partner Lead for Africa
Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh has been named the Strategic Partnership Lead for Africa by Microsoft in its new Africa Transformation Office.
She takes on this role after previously working as the first African Executive Director/Regional Head for IBM North, East and West Africa.
Angela and her team will be leading will focus on forming coalitions, partnerships and negotiation of market agreements with various governments.
These agreements will subsequently extend to financial institutions, telco operators, World Bank, United Nations (UN), the African Development Bank among other international organizations.
All these are aimed at creating life-changing and sustainable innovations that will impact the continent.
“We are delighted to welcome Angela to the team. With over 20 years of leadership experience across the continent in both regional and international roles, Angela will drive strategic partnerships and alliances aimed at accelerating digital transformation. Angela is also very passionate about the continent and being a part of an organization that is focused on economic growth through technology.” Wael Elkabbany, Managing Director, ATO.
We wish her the best in her new role