Founder & CEO
Ifeoma Uddoh is a social entrepreneur and the founder of the first FINTECH for women in Nigeria- shecluded. Growing up in a single-parent home after her dad died and her work experience in seed funding where women were notably absent made her passionate about creating a company that provides more women the capital and resources to grow their finances.
Her career experience spans over a decade in Strategy Consulting, Analytics and Seed funding for notable companies such as PwC, IROKO Partners Ltd., among other notable companies.
Since its launch in 2019, Shecluded has become a UK Tech Hub company (2020). The company was one of thirteen companies selected for the NASDAQ Milestone Makers (Spring 2021) – a program focused on reducing inequalities (one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals) and is currentling in the Google Black fund program.
As a result of her hands-on experience with gender-lens financing, Ifeoma has been featured on several entrepreneurship panels and masterclasses hosted by First Bank, EDC, FinTech Asia, Global Entrepreneurship week, John Hopkins University, Tekedia Institute, etc.
Ifeoma has an BSC in industrial mathematics and an MSC in Management Science and Operations research.