Keroche Mentorship

Caroline Wanjiku Kamanja, the CEO of Daproim Africa Limited, was recently recognized for her entrepreneurial efforts by the Keroche Foundation’s Young Entrepreneurs Mentorship Programme. This program celebrates young women who are making significant strides in various business sectors across Africa.

Caroline’s work at Daproim Africa, a Business Processing and Outsourcing (BPO) company, has been transformative. Her company provides essential data management solutions to a range of local and international organizations. Under her leadership, Daproim Africa employs over 500 individuals, many from disadvantaged backgrounds, providing them with valuable training and employment opportunities.

In addition to her role at Daproim Africa, Caroline holds an impressive educational background with a Master of Business Administration from the University of Nairobi and another in Entrepreneurial Leadership and Development from Portland State University. Her dedication to entrepreneurship and social impact has led her to participate in various prestigious programs, including those offered by the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and the International Trade Centre (ITC).

Caroline’s vision is to impact Africa by leveraging ICT innovations to create employment and development opportunities, especially for the youth. Her recognition by the Keroche Foundation underscores her commitment to driving change and inspiring other young women entrepreneurs across the continent.