Merkeb Mengistu has over 7 years experience in sales & marketing. She has experience in the FMCG, IT training and mobile industry. She first ventured into her professional journey with a law degree, however, she immediately realized that her passion lies in working in sales & marketing. With this goal in mind, she earned her second degree in Marketing Management and started out her career as a junior account executive and worked her way up to business manager, sales & marketing manager and now Director of Marketing.
Her motto in life is learning something new with every encounter and experiencing life to the fullest. In her spare time she like reading books, cooking and taking dance classes.
Gesora MwasiDigital Marketing Strategist (Kenya)
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Tony MutaiSr. Backend API Engineer/Trainer (Kenya)
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Kossi Selom BanybahSr. Web App Engineer/Trainer (Ghana)
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Hiruy AmanuelCo-Founder & Director of Incubation (Ethiopia)
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Amadou DaffeCEO/Co-founder (Senegal)
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Abou KoneDirector of Engineering (Ivory Coast)
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