Rachel Sibande founded mHub, Malawi’s first technology hub and incubator for innovators and emerging entrepreneurs. Recently she was named one of Africa’s 30 most promising entrepreneurs under the age of 30 by Forbes.

Rachel was featured at the 2014 meeting of TEDx in Lilongwe where she gave a talk on agriculture and mobile phone innovation.  She also established the Children’s Codec Club, which provides computer science skills for children aged between 7 and 14 years old. The center also provides events and competitions for entrepreneurs.

As a recognized technology advocate, Rachel was a recipient of the Anita Borg Scholarship from Google. The Google scholar is now a program director at Digital Impact Alliance at the United Nations Foundation.