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April 21st, 2017
Nmachi Jidenma

Nmachi Jidenma

Nmachi Jidenma, Facebook Strategic Partnerships

Nmachi Jidenma works on Strategic Partnerships at Facebook.

Prior to Facebook, she worked as a Global Business Development Manager for PayPal’s billion dollar mobile disruptors portfolio.

She started her career at Google where she worked on Internet access initiatives in emerging markets to advance Google’s goals of expanding global connectivity.

Jidenma is also Founder of CPAfrica, one of Africa’s most popular technology and business websites and was named by CNN as one of Africa’s 10 leading tech voices.

She is a frequent and passionate speaker on issues around growing Africa’s tech, entrepreneurship and business landscape at international conferences and panels – including Techonomy, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business.

She holds a Master’s in Applied Economics from Cornell University.

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