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Richard Arlove is CEO of Abax Corporate Services, a Mauritius-based international provider of integrated corporate, business and advisory services for private equity funds.
Jocelyn Wyatt is executive director and co-lead of IDEO.org, a sister non-profit to the Palo Alto, Calif.-based design and innovation firm IDEO.
Soga Oni is the co-founder of Medical Devices as a Service, an African medical equipment services firm.
Cherae Robinson is the founder and CEO of Tastemakers Africa, a mobile app that allows travelers to book curated experiences in African cities.
Hakeem Belo-Osagie is chairman of Etisalat Nigeria, one of the country’s largest mobile networks.
Acha Leke is a director in McKinsey’s Johannesburg office.
Willy Yav is the co-founder and chief commercial officer of PYGMA, a Pan-African communication, property, telecom and policy consulting firm that works in more than 15 Sub-Saharan African nations.
Social and economic activist Wendy Luhabe passionately believes in empowering women, especially when it comes to realizing their potential in contributing to the economy.