Project Manager at the US African Development Foundation, and Founder of Ajima Youth Empowerment Foundation
Fatima Oyiza Ademoh is the founder of Ajima Youth Empowerment Foundation and has over five years of experience in business development, entrepreneurship, agribusiness, and more recently, the energy sector. Fatima is currently the project manager for the US African Development Foundation-funded off-grid energy project implemented by Ajima Farm in Nigeria. She is an entrepreneurship and finance lecturer at Baze University in Abuja, is a volunteer for the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program (TEEP), where she mentors TEEP finalists across Africa during their entrepreneurial training. Fatima holds a BSc in Finance from American University of Nigeria and an MSc in Financial Risk Management from the University of Leeds, UK. Upon completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Fatima plans to scale up the Ajima Farm’s off-grid energy project to promote access to energy services for rural off-grid communities and agribusinesses.