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 technology 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).
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 a BSC in industrial mathematics and an MSC in Management Science and Operations research.