Rebecca Enonchong – Founder & CEO, AppsTech

#CPS is proud to recognize Ms. Rebecca Enongchong, an exemplary Cameroonian professional.

Rebecca Enonchong is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AppsTech (www.appstech.com), a leading global provider of enterprise application solutions. AppsTech counts clients in the private and public sector across the globe and has done business in more than 50 countries. Ms. Enonchong currently serves as a mentor/advisor to several Africa based technology startups including Djoss.tv, Pulse, and KingMaker and sits on the board of VC4Africa (www.VC4Africa.biz), the largest online community dedicated to entrepreneurs and investors building companies in Africa. She is also a Director at the award winning Salesforce.com Foundation (www.salesforcefoundation.org)

Ms. Enonchong has also held senior finance positions with the Atlantic Companies, the Washington Business Group and Hyatt Hotels.  She served on the UN Women Global Advisory Committee on the Digital Divide and the UN ICT Task Force. A recipient of Enterprise Africa’s 2001 African Entrepreneurship Award, Ms. Enonchong was also named a Global Leader for Tomorrow (GLT) in 2002 by the World Economic Forum of Davos, Switzerland, as part of the annual award that recognizes outstanding leaders around the world. The US State of Pennsylvania honored Ms. Enonchong and the rest of the AppsTech management team with the prestigious Benjamin Franklin award for small business. Ms. Enonchong has been featured in several leading newspapers and magazines including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Fortune Magazine, MBE magazine, and ComputerWorld. She has appeared on a number of television programs, including on CNN, CNBC and numerous African channels.

Ms. Enonchong’s accomplishments were memorialized by graduate students of the Columbia Business School in New York who selected AppsTech and Enonchong as the topic for their final thesis. She was featured in Marc Benioff’s book: Compassionate Capitalism, How Corporations Can Make Doing Good an Integral part of Doing Well (Career Press- 2004) and in David Fick’s Entrepreneurship in Africa: A Study of Successes (Quorum Books 2002). From 2006 to 2008, she served as official partner of the World Bank’s annual “Doing Business” report. A frequent public speaker, Ms. Enonchong has presented at venues as diverse as the United Nations, the World Bank, the Commonwealth Business Council amongst others. Ms. Enonchong holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Economics from the Catholic University of America and is fluent in English and French.

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