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Collaborating at Work

"A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives." 

- Jackie Robinson -

Co-creating Together

AfroCom isn't just a platform, it's a collaborative movement.

We believe in the power of co-creation, where you play a vital role in shaping the future of AfroCom.

How can you co-create currently?

  • Open-source development: Contribute your coding skills to build AfroCom's core functionalities.

  • Brainstorming & Design: Share your ideas and participate in discussions to shape AfroCom's features.

  • Community building: Help us grow a vibrant community by spreading the word and welcoming new members.

Benefits of Co-creation:

  • Shape the future: Your contributions directly impact the platform's development.

  • Be part of a movement: Join a passionate community working towards a brighter digital future for Africa.

  • Share the success: AfroCom is committed to fair distribution of benefits with its co-creators.

Together, let's co-create a better digital world for all.


As a global citizen, shaped by my Ghanaian and Nigerian roots, and grateful to live in the AU, EU, and US

My work has always been driven by a desire to create a better world, with a special focus on Africa. This passion is what led me with others to co-create AfroCom. Through this platform, I hope to connect Africans around the globe, promote well-being, and create a space for collective progress within the continent and beyond

While I value my simple and laid-back personality, I also have a strong desire to connect with others. 

So get in touch!​

  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

For official inquiries​

Current Collaborators

Meet the AfroCom Change-makers Team!

They say it takes a village, and at AfroCom, we couldn't agree more. Our passionate team comes from diverse backgrounds and nationalities, united by a common goal: building a thriving Africa. Each member contributes their unique skills and experiences, turning AfroCom from a vision into reality.

From developers to designers, community builders to strategists, our team is dedicated to empowering the Afro-community.

Want to be part of something extraordinary?

We're always looking for passionate individuals to join our mission. Learn more about volunteering or career opportunities at AfroCom!


Mariam Munezero 

Activist & Data Scientist


Fabian Kelvans

UI & UX Designer


Angela Fiyin 

Software Developer

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Yetesfa Alemayehu

Software Developer


Michelle  Sellman 

Activist & Entrepreneur


Chinanu Maduka

Software Engineer

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Jeffery Oreille

Data Architect

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Luc Duman

Civil Engineer

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Mouta Koriko

Entrepreneur & Artist

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Data Architect


Vakindu Philliam

Software Engineer


Elvis Fuamba

Social Entrepreneur


Jeremiah Hans-jorie



Kwame Owusu-Boakye

Software Engineer


Board of Directors

AfroCom Coop’s board of directors is composed of nine (9) members (the founder, four (4) collaborators, two (2) investors, and  two (2) public)  either elected by the members at a general meeting or appointed by the chairperson (founder)


The election of the board will be conducted in the second general meeting - thus two years from the date of incorporation. In the meantime, the founder will take charge of all board-related matters and appoint temporary directors if needed.

Supervisory Committee

AfroCom Board and general assembly will appoint a Supervisory Committee. The Committee is composed of at least five (5) persons with its constituency mentioned in the by-law. On voluntary basis, retiring Board members can opt to be supplemented as needed by other Board members as decided by the Board, and will be gender-balanced.

Regional Directors

Regional Directors are the Chief Executive Officers of the regions, accountable to the elected

bodies of the region and responsible for the leadership and efficient management of the

regional organisation.


“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”

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