Breaking The Cycle Of Poverty in Africa
Ory Okolloh, founder of software company Ushahidi, is one of eight black women named as The 100 Most Influential People in 2014 by Time Magazine.
Okolloh is a Harvard Law School graduate and the Director of Investments at Omidyar Network. She speaks to Yewande Omotoso about Africa’s aid problem, about holding leaders accountable, and her visions for social entrepreneurship on the continent.
Talking Heads is a leading Pan-African knowledge-sharing platform created to disrupt the common negative narratives about Africa. Through live events, audio casts and videos, Talking Heads brings the continent’s thought leaders, social disruptors and change makers to the public to share their ideas and experiences, demanding we think differently about who and what it means to be African.
Listen in to a community of empowered Africa-focused thought leaders and change makers as they spotlight the complexities and issues facing the continent in a provocative and engaging way.
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