Charlotte Horore Bebga
IT and digital professional with more than 7 years of experience as an entrepreneur and international consultant. Founder of Likalo Group, a Technology and Education company based in Cameroon since 2017. Our latest Edtech program called CyberMuna (www.cybermuna.com) is an international cybersecurity education program for children, parents and school teachers. As a key actor in the Tech ecosystem in Africa, I campaign for the empowerment of women and girls in technology and STEM education through African Women In Tech Startups (AfricaWITS) which I founded in 2016. A leading non-profit association and Tech organization in Cameroon and Central Africa. Through our program the Digital Woman Festival (www.ffnum.africanwits.org) celebrated every year for International Women’s Day since 2019 to reduce the digital gender gap, we have reached more than 3,000 women and girls in Cameroon and beyond Africa.
As an international consultant, I am a member of the UNCDF Advisory panel on Women and Digital Financial Services. I serves as Cameroon representative for the development of the Smart Women and Girl’s in ICT action plan for Smart Africa member states.
Since 2020, I work with governments in Africa, international organizations and companies in the establishment and coordination of their education, empowerment, digital literacy programs and access to technology for young people, girls, women, vulnerable and internally displaced populations crisis area in Africa.
In 2020, selected as a member of the SME Digital Award jury of the International Telecommunications Union, also of the scientific committee and jury for the national ICT innovation competition in Cameroon of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications. In 2020, Selected among 54 women for the WIA54 initiative of WOMEN IN AFRICA and in 2018 I received a Pan-African CEO Award for Central Africa in the ICT sector by the South African magazine CEO Global’s Most Influential Women In Business & Government.