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Esther Mwaniki

African Changemaker

Esther Mwaniki

Esther is a Kenyan leadership development expert passionate about shaping the next generation of African leaders

She is the Founder of Lapid Leaders Africa, a leading organization that aims to ignite prowess in the next generation of African leaders, enabling them to reimagine the possible. The Pan-African platform is on a mission to build a community of value-driven young leaders dedicated to being solution providers and change-makers across the African continent.

Lapid Leaders Africa delivers an outstanding experience that provides world-class leadership, innovation, and entrepreneurship education to Africa’s exceptional young talent. Through Lapid Leaders Africa, Esther has helped to shape and inspire the next generation of African leaders. Her efforts have earned her global recognition, having previously been listed as an African Women in Public Service Fellowship by the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Mounir Nakhla 

African Changemaker

Mounir Nakhla

Nakhla is a serial entrepreneur and founder of businesses delivering microfinancing to SMEs and individuals.

He is the Co-Founder and CEO of MNT-Halan, Africa’s first unicorn of 2023 and Egypt’s first-ever private tech firm to break above $ 1 billion. MNT-Halan is Egypt’s leading fintech ecosystem and the largest growing lender to the unbanked and underbanked, driving the fintech boom in the MENA region.

Nakhla has over 15 years of experience in the telecoms and technology industry. He has been honoured and recognized for his contribution to the growth of the two sectors in Africa.

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