International speaker: delivered keynotes and presentations at UNIDO in Vienna, AITEX Rabat, Les Imperiales Casablanca, Women’s Summit 4.0 in Montreal, Entrepreneurs’ Fair in Portugal, and other prestigious events worldwide.
Host of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast with 100+ episodes and more than 36,000 downloads.
Named in the top 500 most influential Africans in the world in 2021.
Francine’s work supports the UN SDG Goal 8 of the Goals 2, 17 and 21 of the African Union’s Agenda 2063. She is an advocate for the youth and women empowerment through technology and entrepreneurship.
More than 25 years of multidisciplinary and international experience across Africa, Europe, the Middle East, the United States and Asia.
Holds a master’s degree in organisational consulting and change management, a master’s degree in accounting and financial sciences and a degree in computer science applied to management. Also, hold a diploma from NCTJ (London) in multimedia journalism.
Author of the book “Personal Branding in the Digital Age: How to Become a Known Expert, Thrive and Make a Difference in a Connected World”.
Co-author of the book “Africa–Europe Cooperation and Digital Transformation” chapter 16, ‘Fostering Prosperity for African Female Entrepreneurs: Opportunities for AU–EU Cooperation in Digital Entrepreneurship Networks’.
One of 18 women featured in the book IT Girls by Christiane Noll, Managing Director of Avanade in Vienna.