Nnamdi Oranye is the author of Disrupting Africa: The Rise and Rise of African Innovation and Taking On Silicon Valley: How Africa’s Innovators will change its future. He has been named one of the 100 most influential people of African descent, an initiative by the United Nations.
He has explored how African Innovation truly has the potential to change the African narrative, as well as global and pan-African trends shaping the landscape in Africa. More recently he has begun to explore the overlap between Social Sciences, particularly Anthropology and the rise of African technology, arguing that we may have underestimated the value of African Innovation.
He is also the founder of the Disrupting Africa Encyclopedia, an online platform dedicated to identifying the 30 million Africans who can change the narrative and legacy of Africa.
A student of African Innovation, Nnamdi has been and continues to be a contributor on matters regarding African Innovation in the private, entrepreneurial and social sectors.
The Rise of African Innovation
Health Tech in Africa
Banking in a Cashless Future
Books Taking on Silicon Valley: How Africa’s Innovators Will Shape Its Future
Disrupting Africa: The Rise and Rise of African Innovation