Board member


Tobechukwu, also known as Tochi was born in Abia State, Nigeria. On completing her Secondary education, she studied Foreign Languages and Literature at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 

After which she proceeded to Rome Business School for a Master in Project Management and is currently a Doctorate Student in Business Administration, Strategy and Management at the Swiss School of Business Management.

Tochi is a teacher, translator, and entrepreneur. She is an alumnus of the Cherie Blair Foundation Women in Business Mentorship Program as well as The Next Economy, Nigeria Entrepreneurship program which she became the Nigerian Ambassador in 2018 and subsequently a mentor where she mentors young African entrepreneurs to use the Lean Model.

Tochi has also served as a mentor in the Zimba Women Mentorship Program Uganda where she mentored young African girls and women to become productive and make better career decisions. 

From 2020 to 2021, she worked as a Program Manager at Wennovation Hub; a pioneer start-up accelerator and incubator in Nigeria where she managed projects like Idea to Business Program – a women-focused business incubation Program, and the Next Economy Program – a youth-focused business incubation Program. 

She’s the founder and Operations coordinator of Smarter Languages Hub – a language services company, co-founder and Program Coordinator, Igbo Wikimedians User Group, and a Wikimedian in Residence at Moleskine Foundation. 

She believes that we grow by lifting others hence her involvement in a lot of mentorship programs.