My work of the past 13 years has focused on creating and disseminating compelling content that challenges the world's understanding of Africa.
Today I develop high-end film and television projects and also advise telecommunications, media and tech companies on their Africa content, business and revenue strategy through my company Restless Global.
Previously I founded Buni.tv, a pioneer African video-on-demand platform acquired in 2016 by TRACE Group, as well as talent agency Restless Talent Management, and production company Buni Media, known for its massively popular political satire shows The XYZ Show (Kenya) and Ogas At The Top (Nigeria).
Before becoming an entrepreneur, I was an award-winning television journalist, working across 3 continents and 15 African countries for CNN, Reuters TV, AFP TV and the BBC.
I was born in Paris, France, where I attended an international school. I lived in the US for 8 years and in Kenya for 10. In 2016, I gave up my apartments in Nairobi and Los Angeles to become a digital nomad. The majority of my work currently focuses on Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and Ivory Coast.
In recognition for my work advocating for better representation of complex African stories on the global stage, I was named a a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2017, and a Rising Talent by the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society in 2013. I have been listed on the Choiseul Institute's list of 200 Economic Leaders of Tomorrow since 2015.