The vision of the online platform is to ultimately improve quality of life for Africans, and its great work has been recognised by the Global MBA Association as one of the top 50 MBA stories worldwide and as a finalist in the 2017 African Entrepreneurship Award.
Glory is a Prosci-certified change manager, as well as a certified business coach and has a partnership with E-Scan in the Netherlands to develop entrepreneurship skills. She is a writer who writes regularly for Business Day and FATE Foundation, and has co-authored book chapters published by Routledge and IGI Global in 2019 and 2021 respectively. She is also an international speaker who has graced podiums across the world, as well as a teacher, educating students at Pan-Atlantic University’s Lagos Business School on e-commerce and platform strategy.
She has an unparalleled passion for female empowerment and serves as a mentor to female entrepreneurs, encouraging and assisting them to achieve their goals. She was the first Program Manager for the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative and kick-started the growth of a Pan-African community of women entrepreneurs by training hundreds of women entrepreneurs. She is involved in other women empowerment programmes, mentoring female business owners by participating in initiatives of the Cherie Blair Foundation, She Leads Africa, Addosser Finance, and Grow Movement, among others.
She also helps entrepreneurs to access funds through her partnership with Business Impact Advisory in Ghana, and advises startups as a Regional Partner for Faster Capital. She is also on the board of the Nigerian Chapter of the global Association of Change Management Professionals, Dominican College, and two e-commerce companies.
As she strives for social transformation through technology, she has taken courses offered by Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Wharton Business School to improve her understanding. She holds a first-class honours degree in accounting and an MBA from Lagos Business School, and was class valedictorian for both degrees. The Global MBA Association recognised her as one of the Top 6 Best MBA Students in the World, and she was the first African to serve on the Governing Board of the global business honours society Beta Gamma Sigma. She is now pursuing a PhD in Management at Pan-Atlantic University, specialising in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship.
Lauded as one of the most inspiring women in Nigeria and as an advocate for a better world, Glory Enyinnaya is shaping the technological and business landscapes for social change.