Josephine Chinake Named In CIO Africa's 2021 List Of 35 Most Influential Women In Tech

Josephine Chinake has been honoured this year with an inclusion in CIO Africa's list of 35 most influential women in tech. The list is published annually and it takes nominations from all across the continent. CIO AFRICA is the leading technology content and insights platform serving senior technology professionals in Africa with the latest information in technology through their publication, online portal and amazing events. Speaking on the honour Chinake wrote:

Mama I made it! Trust the process, your time is coming. Just do the work and the results will handle themselves. - Tony Gaskins. A mantra I live by as i was honored to be amongst the 35 most influential women in tech. Thank you.

Founder and CEO of a start-up Templelite Technologies, Josephine leads a 3-pillar business that focuses on Waste Management Services, Business Consultancy and ICT consumables supply. 

Josephine is very passionate about the girl child, to give back volunteers as a Country Lead at Project Girls 4 Girls Zimbabwe an NGO which is world-wide and available in 21 countries. G4G focuses on girls from the age 15+ to help them take leadership roles, communicate and other crucial skills that women need in their day to day activities. Direct impact has seen the help with mentorship and inspiration of over 2000 girls in Zimbabwe. 

She holds a dual Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Catholic University of Zimbabwe.

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