Unini is a passionate, analytical, result-oriented and dynamic business leader. Today, she serves as the Business Development Manager for our Enterprise business in Nigeria.
She shares some thoughts on what drives her and the future of fintech
What are some of the things you are passionate about
I am driven by the desire to build/create- I look to build businesses and systems that give people and communities access and empowers them for self-actualization and wealth creation… and of course, making money.
What drove you towards Fintech generally?
Impressive alignment with my interests and passion- Fintech is a huge engine for value creation at scale in Africa.
What would you say have been some of the most challenging moments for you as a woman in tech?
Which moments have been the most rewarding?
The visible and measurable impact created by our solutions.
What words of inspiration would you give to young women and girls who still feel that tech or certain professions are not for them
There is no such thing as something not being for you; except you just don’t want it. If you do, then you do not need anyone’s permission.
What do you love most about working at Cellulant?
Dynamic environment, amazing people, and making real impact
Before joining Cellulant, Unini worked as a Research and Program Associate at the Ford Institute for Human Security, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania- a Research Institute focused on Economic development and political violence.
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