Angela Kyeremanten-Jimoh is a well-known African tech executive who has contributed significantly to the global technology industry.
She is Microsoft’s Strategic Relationship Head for Africa. Angela worked for IBM North, East, and West Africa from 2020 to 2021 as the executive director/regional head before joining Microsoft.
She was the first woman to hold the position of country director for IBM in Africa and the first African woman to hold the position of regional general manager.
Early life and Education
Angela Kyeremanten-Jimoh’s age is not yet known. She is, however, believed to be in her late 30s or early 40s.
Kyeremanten-Jimoh holds a BA in Marketing and French. She is an alumna of Harvard Business School and London Guildhall College.
She is also an old student of Wesley Girls’ High School and Achimota School in Ghana.
Kyeremanten-Jimoh has had a long career working in the financial services and technology sectors in Africa and Europe.
She began working for IBM in 2011 in the capacity of Territory Marketing Manager for IBM West Africa.
Thereafter, she relocated to Nairobi, Kenya to serve as IBM’s Central, East, and West Africa operations’ Strategy Leader.
Ms. Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh is a member of the bank of Ghana’s governing board, which is headed by Dr. Ernest Addison and tasked with developing strategies for the achievement of the central bank’s goals.
She had worked for UBS Investment Bank and ABN AMRO Bank in the UK before joining IBM.
Microsoft announced in January 2022 that Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh, a specialist in international corporate law, had been appointed to the position of Africa Strategic Partnerships Manager in its new Africa Transformation Office (ATO).
The office will focus on promoting growth and investment in four important development areas: small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), startups, and digital infrastructure.
She is a member of the Bank of Ghana’s board as well.
Kyeremanten-Jimoh is a role model for young women who want to build a name for themselves in the tech industry, particularly in Africa, where women are generally underrepresented.
Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh is a proud mother of two boys, and her husband is supposedly called Mr. Kyerematen.