Francine Beleyi is a Digital & Branding strategist and founder of nucleus of change. She specialises in supporting organisations, entrepreneurs and governments with their digital transformation and increasing their visibility, revenue and impact.
Ms Beleyi is bilingual French English, international speaker and author of the book 'Personal Branding in the Digital Age'. She is also a co-author of the first book on digital cooperation between Africa and Europe, 'Africa–Europe Cooperation and Digital Transformation’ with Chapter 16: ‘Fostering Prosperity for African Female Entrepreneurs: Opportunities for AU–EU Cooperation in Digital Entrepreneurship Networks’.
She is passionate about women's empowerment and provides training and mentoring to women founders and leaders in digital, branding and entrepreneurship to accelerate economic and social progress, especially in Africa.
During her 25 years of international and multidisciplinary experience, Ms. Beleyi has led digital transformation projects for multinational companies and supported entrepreneurial and government initiatives. She has trained more than 4000 individuals and organizations in Europe, Africa and the United States.
Some organisations she worked with include UNIDO, ING bank, Total, Axa and Bnpparibas.
Francine Beleyi is a member of Tech London Advocates. She received the prestigious Africanity Trophy in Marrakech in 2018 and was named in the world's top 500 most influential Africans in 2021.
Her vision is to lift 1 million people in Africa and other countries out of poverty and her work contributes to the achievement of SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth for all.