Back in 2009, Amadou came back to Africa in a quest to locate the best African software developers to kick-start a software outsourcing venture that operated entirely by African citizens but serving the international market.In the course of his journey, Amadou discovered that Africa has enough human capital talent to create a sustainable, innovative and scalable software industry to rival Asia and perhaps even the U.S. However, he found that most IT practitioners lack the desired skill to make them competitive in the local and international market. It is at this point that his quest quickly become his passion, mitigating the skill gap in Africa.
As the CEO and Co-Founder of Gebeya, Amadou seeks to address the digital skill gap in Africa by producing highly trained African IT talent through training and increasing job opportunities for African Talent by providing an online IT service workplace for the African business market.
Bekure TamiratDirector of Operations (Ethiopia)
Before joining Gebeya full time, Bekure devoted to building his career around two cornerstones: IT and Education. He has been involved in the education sector as an educator, contributor in IT policies
Teka CherenetTraining Manager (Ethiopia)
With encouragement from his family, Teka moved to Awassa, a city 275 km away from the capital city of Ethiopia to study Computer Science at Hawassa University (formerly called Debub University) and
Michael SaisiSr. Web App Engineer/ Trainer (Kenya)
Mike is an end-to-end full-stack developer specialized in web and software development with expertise in analysis, problem abstraction and continuous integration of best practices, emerging technologies
John AdamsDevOps Engineer/Trainer (Kenya)
First wrote code at age 15. Co-founded a tech startup while in his senior year at Strathmore University. John has 6+ years experience professional software development across different tech stacks. He's
Tony MutaiSr. Backend API Engineer/Trainer (Kenya)
He is a software engineer primarily specializing in designing and building of Web API's aka programming for the internets. His love for working with API’s stems from interest and enjoyment of working