Rebecca Enonchong is one of Africa’s most influential women according to Forbs.
Written by Jeremiah Ngwa on 3 March 2020
Cameroonian born tech guru Rebecca Enonchong made it to the top 50 list of most influential women in Africa according to Forbes Africa.
This afternoon March 3rd, Managing Editor of Forbes Africa and Forbes Africa Women Renuka Methil dropped two covers of Forbe Africa March issue dedicated to women. For the first time, the popular Magazine dropped a list of 50 most influential women in Africa and Cameroon’s Tech Entrepreneur/Chair of ActivSpaces Rebecca Enonchong is among these woman.
In 2014, Forbes listed her as one of the 10 Female Tech Founders To Watch In Africa. She was among the most influential people in Africa in 2017 according to Jeune Afrique Magazine.
That’s me back there!! 😀😀
So honored to be included with such fabulous women!
— Rebecca Enonchong (@africatechie) March 3, 2020
Many Cameroonians are expressing their joy on social media especially on twitter;
— Dr. Olufemi Kayode (@lieutcheu) March 3, 2020
My Social media will not rest for the next one week with Forbes.
Cause our Aunty is there.
She keeps on #changingthenarrative of what we think the "Cameroonian dream" is
— Cameroon’s Publicist 🇨🇲 (@santherlabelle) March 3, 2020
This selfless woman is known for promoting technology and entertainment in Africa especially Cameroon.
Enonchong, is also founder and CEO of AppsTech and I/O Spaces an incubator for African diaspora in the U.S. She is also the Board Chair of AfriLabs and a founding member of the African Business Angel Network (ABAN).
Congratulations to her.