Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh

Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh, a distinguished Ghanaian business leader, currently serves as Microsoft’s Strategic Partnership Lead for Africa. With an illustrious career spanning over two decades in the financial services and technology sectors across Africa and Europe, Angela has held key leadership positions at renowned organizations.

Before joining Microsoft, Angela served as the Executive Director/Regional Head for IBM North, East, and West Africa from 2020 to 2021, following her tenure as Country General Manager for IBM Ghana. Notably, she holds the distinction of being the first female Country Director of IBM in Africa and the first African woman to be appointed as Regional General Manager.

Angela’s journey with IBM began in 2011 when she assumed the role of Territory Marketing Manager for IBM West Africa. She later transitioned to Nairobi, Kenya, where she served as Strategy Leader for IBM’s operations in Central, East, and West Africa. In addition to her corporate roles, Angela plays a pivotal role in shaping policies as a member of the governing board of the Bank of Ghana, chaired by Dr. Ernest Addison. Her expertise in international corporate law further solidifies her position as a key player in Africa’s development landscape.

In January 2022, Microsoft announced Angela’s appointment as the Africa Strategic Partnerships Manager in its new Africa Transformation Office (ATO). Tasked with driving growth and investment in critical areas such as digital infrastructure, skills development, SMEs, and startups, Angela’s leadership continues to leave an indelible mark on Africa’s technology ecosystem.

Beyond her professional achievements, Angela is a devoted mother to two boys, balancing her career aspirations with her family responsibilities.

Location: Ghana
Job: Africa Strategic Partnerships Manager in its new Africa Transformation Office (ATO)
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