Rebecca Enonchong, born in Cameroon, is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AppsTech, a global provider of enterprise application solutions serving clients in more than 50 countries.
Enonchong currently serves as a mentor to several Africa based technology start-ups and sits on the board of VC4Africa, the largest online community dedicated to entrepreneurs and investors building companies in Africa.
In addition, Enonchong is a director of the award winning Salesforce.com Foundation.
Prior to founding AppsTech, Enonchong worked for organizations such as Oracle Corporation, the Inter-American Development Bank (IaDB) and as an independent consultant serving multinational clients.
Enonchong has also held senior finance positions with the Atlantic Companies, the Washington Business Group and Hyatt Hotels.
Enonchong’s accomplishments also include an extensive list of personal initiatives in the non-profit arena.
Enonchong has devoted much of her life to promoting African interests, both in Africa and in the US.
Enonchong is the Founder and Chairman of the Africa Technology Forum, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting technology in Africa and has served on the UN Women Global Advisory Committee on the Digital Divide and the UN ICT Task Force.
A recipient of Enterprise Africa’s 2001 African Entrepreneurship Award, Enonchong was also named a Global Leader for Tomorrow (GLT) in 2002 by the World Economic Forum of Davos, Switzerland, as part of the annual award that recognizes outstanding leaders around the world.
The US State of Pennsylvania honoured Enonchong and the rest of the AppsTech management team with the prestigious Benjamin Franklin award for small business.
Enonchong holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Economics from the Catholic University of America
Enonchong is fluent in English and French.